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8 Daring Female Entrepreneurs From History

As uncommon as it was at the time for a women to be an ironmaster, and despite objections from her own family, Lukens took over and led the company into a new era of innovation and industry. read more

GBM Agile: How Cure Brain Cancer used Co-Design to Transform Global Cancer Research

It is the story of a community at the forefront of the new innovation culture ... in 2013, Cure Brain Cancer had three full time staff members and was focused on sourcing grants and sponsorship for re... read more

A Q&A about the future of Stanford neuroscience

And third, Stanford already has a very established culture of interdisciplinary collaboration ... are going to enable Stanford to play a leading role in neuroscience-inspired artificial intelligence. ... read more

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Beijing’s Test Tube Baby

Much as Zhao is eager to revamp China's traditional work culture ... and patriotic process, a mission to strengthen the motherland,” says Adam Segal, a Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) senior fellow ... read more

Student Affairs recognizes its best and brightest

SHINING STAR AWARD Recognizes a student for creating a new campus tradition, innovative programming idea or ... 501c3 non-profit organization and pitched her idea to FIU’s Social Innovation Challenge, ... read more

Stratospheric sun screen, UK rail future, InSight touchdown and more: best of the week's news

I’d seen the story at the time, under the description ‘global centre of excellence,’ but had visualised some laboratory-style buildings ... and is now part of Network Rail’s Melton Rail Innovation & D... read more

Setting the Stage for Digital Transformation

We see four basic initiatives setting the stage for digital transformation: 1. Be clear on the mission ... enjoyable and far cheaper cure. Escape the waterfall The four initiatives are best performed ... read more

Empire of ethics: Studying UK’s colonial past through an ethical lens legitimises a slippery slope

And these are not bad developments, as they have inspired some of the best recent work in the social ... Every disease can thus be justified by the side benefits of its cure. The British universities ... read more

How distraction can make you a better meditator

I’m definitely of the view that meditation is not a miracle cure (thus ... have made it your mission to bring meditation to our everyday lives. It’s one thing to receive the benefits from a practice l... read more

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