Innovation

NASA and IBM Are Hosting an Epic Global Hackathon This Weekend
Innovation

NASA and IBM Are Hosting an Epic Global Hackathon This Weekend

Big thinkers in more than 130 locations across the globe will work to develop solutions to problems that involve robots, humanity and Mars.
Catherine Clifford
When Crowdfunding Goes Wrong, But the Product Is Just Right
Crowdfunding

When Crowdfunding Goes Wrong, But the Product Is Just Right

Read about two high-potential products that failed on Kickstarter but still proved themselves to be the "comeback kids."
Eric Samson
Jeff Bezos' Rocket Company to Begin Test Flights This Year
Space Travel

Jeff Bezos' Rocket Company to Begin Test Flights This Year

Blue Origin has finished work on a rocket engine for a suborbital spaceship.
New Aluminum Battery for Smartphones Can Be Charged in a Minute
Battery Life

New Aluminum Battery for Smartphones Can Be Charged in a Minute

Scientists who developed the battery say it has the potential to replace lithium-ion batteries, used in millions of laptops and mobile phones.
If the Brontosaurus Can Make a Comeback, So Can You
Inspiration

If the Brontosaurus Can Make a Comeback, So Can You

The scientific journey of a beloved but maligned dinosaur should make you feel better about your own path.
Ray Hennessey
8 Startups That Are Making Waves By Solving Big Problems
Success Stories

8 Startups That Are Making Waves By Solving Big Problems

If you want to be successful as a business owner, you've got to solve common issues.
Sujan Patel
3 Things to Do Before Kickstarting Your Hardware Startup
Product Development

3 Things to Do Before Kickstarting Your Hardware Startup

Kickstarting a hardware project ultimately means making hundreds or thousands of physical products that can compete in the modern marketplace.
JD Albert
The 4 Traps of Internal Innovation
Innovation

The 4 Traps of Internal Innovation

Creating new or disruptive businesses inside a corporation is harder than you think.
Only at SXSW: Our Favorite Moments
SXSW

Only at SXSW: Our Favorite Moments

Entrepreneur's reporting team shares some of their favorite moments of the festival.
Modernist Cuisine's Food Lab and the Science of Flavor
Food Tech

Modernist Cuisine's Food Lab and the Science of Flavor

We chat with Scott Heimendinger, director of applied research at Modernist Cuisine, about passionate curiosity and building 3D scanners for bread.
Laura Entis
This Startup's Mission: A 3-D Printer in Every Home
3-D Printing

This Startup's Mission: A 3-D Printer in Every Home

Could easily, affordably printing objects on demand at home go mainstream? New Matter founder Steve Schell is betting on it.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Google X Head: 'I'm Afraid of People's Reactions to Technology'
Google x

Google X Head: 'I'm Afraid of People's Reactions to Technology'

Google's 'Captain of Moonshots' on his frustration with the slow pace at which society is adapting to technological advancements.
Laura Entis
Check Out the Car That Just Drove Itself Across the U.S.
Self-Driving Cars

Check Out the Car That Just Drove Itself Across the U.S.

The car navigated through mountains, heat, traffic jams, trucks, road construction and even tumbleweed.
Jason Fell
Pac-Man and Google Maps: A Genius Match
collaboration

Pac-Man and Google Maps: A Genius Match

Google's decision to transform Google Maps into a playground for fans of the retro video game proves that the best ideas don't have to be new ideas.
Carly Okyle