Hidden in Plain View: Seeing More in Medical Images with Artificial Intelligence

June 11, 2019
In today’s hospitals, healthcare providers including radiologists, pathologists, emergency doctors, and others must analyze tens to even hundreds of medical images a day. The pressure is high to analyze these images both quickly and accurately. Yet, because clinicians are human, mistakes and missed... Read More

Food For Thought: Is Nutrition the Best Medicine?

May 28, 2019
With the rise of obesity, diabetes, arthritis, and other health woes, many individuals are turning to food rather than medicine to cure or relieve their ailments. This is not a new phenomenon. For centuries food has been used in lieu of medicine. Turmeric and curcumin have long been accepted as... Read More

Understanding Tech Scouting's Split-Competency Model

May 14, 2019
Imagine you are the leader of a newly formed External Technologies Sourcing team at a large company in the heavy equipment industry. A product group has come to you, asking for help. They are building a new generation of self-repairing machines. Progress has been made, but the product group lacks... Read More

How Next-Generation Sequencing is poised to disrupt healthcare

May 01, 2019
Imagine going to see your doctor for chest pains, and walking out the same day with a diagnosis for a rare heart condition. That diagnosis would have taken weeks or months (at best) even a few years ago. But in this new scenario, it is now a routine outpatient test performed on-site, accompanied by... Read More

Innovation Ops – the Golden Triangle and why it matters

April 18, 2019
The Economist recently published an article chronicling how Amazon leverages machine learning for competitive advantage. The biggest takeaway: it’s really about running their operations better, not a flashy attempt at inventing the future, even at a company that is nearly everyone’s poster child... Read More

WEBINAR: Organizing Your Innovation Ops

April 12, 2019
Organizing Your Innovation Ops Laura Kusumoto, guest speaker The challenges of innovation management are familiar to most corporate innovation leaders –defining and re-defining innovation’s mission; dealing with redundant, competing, or pet projects across an organization; budgeting for the... Read More

Top Agro Trends Challenging Innovation Teams

April 03, 2019
There are a number of overarching trends that continue to dominate the agricultural sector. Global population growth, backlash against heavy use of synthetic crop protection, and the implementation of new IoT technologies into the agricultural technology mix are changing the landscapes innovation... Read More

Who’s Playing the Micro-Mobility Game?

March 20, 2019
Micro-mobility is one of the latest trends to emerge out of the transportation industry. It’s a concept that has gained so much traction that even major automotive players, like Ford and Volkswagen, are getting involved. In 2018, micro-mobility took a big step toward going mainstream, with more... Read More

Webinar: Evolving a Small Technology Transfer Office: Growing Up Without Selling Out

March 06, 2019
Every technology transfer office (TTO), no matter its size, is trying to get technologies out to the market whether by licensing the technology, collaborating via research projects, or spinning out a startup or other new commercial entity. Small offices face an additional challenge of... Read More

The Future of Defense Innovation Lies In Commercial R&D

February 13, 2019
During the Cold War, the Western defense research paradigm depended on two key factors: the ability of the DoD to forecast threats for decades ahead and the funds needed to match the threat analysis and turn R&D planning into functioning technologies. Much of this spending was driven by a fear of... Read More
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