Topic: Innovation

The history of the word “hack” dates back to the 1200s when it first appeared as a verb meaning “to cut with heavy blows in an irregular or random fashion; to cut notches or nicks in; to mangle or...

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Happy Friday! This week, we celebrate plastic. Much loved, lauded, and despised, plastic has revolutionized how we ship and store products, design medical and surgical devices, reduce the weight of ships, planes, and automobiles, and create virtually indestructible items.Plastics...

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Happy Friday! In celebration of Independence Day, we’ve curated a collection of links related to ideas, practices, and products born in the USA.“America is the greatest engine of innovation that has ever existed, and it can't be duplicated anytime...

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Topic: 3D Printing and Product InnovationWelcome to the weekend (almost)! We’ve curated a list of links we think you’ll find interesting. Start reading now, or savor through Sunday.Have you seen this amazing new beehive? An Australian father-son team, Stuart and Cedar Anderson, invented

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