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The Rise of Citizen Bioscience

It is 5 P.M. in Santa Clara, California. Elodie Rebesque, a senior at Los Altos High School, is rushing out of class. She has a medical appointment of sorts. — Via https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/the-rise-of-citizen-bioscience/

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Amazon’s Great R&D Gift to the Nation

President Donald Trump has made clear over the past few days that he really doesn’t like Amazon.com Inc. The president has also made clear for even longer that he really doesn’t like trade deficits. — Via https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2018-04-05/amazon-s-technology-and-content-spending-a-huge-gift-to-economy

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Mind-reading headset lets you Google just with your thoughts

— Via https://www.newscientist.com/article/mg23731723-300-mind-reading-headset-lets-you-google-just-with-your-thoughts/ SILENTLY think of a question and I will answer it. That might sound like a magic trick, but it is the promise of AlterEgo, a headset that lets you speak to a computer without ever uttering a…

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A tribute to nurses!

Watch this beautiful TEDMED video uploaded today in the National Nurses Week. We are urged by veteran filmmaker and photographer Carolyn Jones to recognize just how useful nurses are in our everyday lives. Based on her own experience with nurses…

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The Innovation Bulb

There is definitely a need for a flow and process for real innovation to take place as I described in my book “The end of the beginning”. My experience on LinkedIn has shown me that although innovation might be seen…

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