News and Articles About Innovation
The arm allows amputees to perform once impossible tasks, like using a zipper and picking up delicate objects like grapes and eggs.
A North Carolina-based company says it has produced the worlds most efficient solar cells -- and theyre the size of the period at the end of this sentence.
Get this: An innovative billboard from a university in Peru cleans the air around it. Yup.
It takes creativity and moxie to address issues such as turning around large companies or launching groundbreaking products.
Before you take on a giant corporation, make sure you know exactly what you're up against.
Four key leadership behaviors can predict whether employees feel engaged, according to a new report studying six countries released today by Catalyst.
Astro Teller, the man behind Google Glass, says technology is at its best when it reaches a level of invisibility in our lives.
Brian David Johnson, Intel's futurist, talks to Entrepreneur.com about Jimmy, his 3-D printable, open-source robot, and why he thinks everyone will have their own Jimmy in the future.
Spring training Iasts just a few weeks for baseball players. But startup professionals must test their physical and mental strength year-round to remain innovative and overcome cyclical business problems.
Shoppers these days get terrific service in certain pockets of their life and use those experiences to judge every sales interaction. With today's smart buyers, how do marketers keep up?
Don't be caught off-kilter by unexpected roadblocks and setbacks. Acquaint yourself with these keys for ushering new products into the marketplace.
One is for early detection of ovarian cancer, the other is a microendoscope that gynecologists can use in their exam rooms. Both aim to make a difference in patients' lives.
Vhotos proprietary technology automatically finds amazing photos hidden inside your videos.
3-D printings power lies not in its ability to create novelty items, but to lower the cost of customization.
The nosy iPhone app that snoops your Twitter and Facebook circles for local illness reports is nothing to sneeze at.
The author of a new book tells how several inventive types tested their product's premise. A catchy concept won't score profits for a startup if no one wants the device.
Startups can now begin life with products that are better and cheaper than those of incumbents. Learn what you can do to set this in motion.
A new kind of plastic lid promises to give coffee drinkers a stronger whiff of their beverage.
With its acquisition of Moves, the social network is getting into the fitness-tracking game alongside Fitbit and Nike.
These entrepreneurs found opportunity in changing our most ingrained habits.
Experts explain how understanding how humans create new habits can accelerate the adoption of your new tool or service into the mainstream.
At the launch of Tribeca Film Festival's Innovation Week, a panel of leaders in NYC talked about what excites them most right now. Answers ranged from a crowdfunded virtual reality headset to a new way to think about our own identities.
In 50 years' worth of innovation, much has changed. But in some ways, the more things change, the more they stay the same.
When asked about the future of wearable technology, tech enthusiast Veronica Belmont says she is more excited about 'embeddable' tech. Here's why.
You might not have heard of this company before. But that might soon change. Its using guerilla-style marketing to aggressively get the word out about its forthcoming Android-based smartphone.