The Innovation Category News Archives
“Every year, we see more and more breakthrough, nature-inspired companies apply to the Ray of Hope Prize — indicating that this field is growing to meet the climate and biodiversity challenges facing our planet,” Biomimicry Institute innovation director Jared Yarnall-Schane said.
Raise a Toast to Boozy Biofuels
The Scots have turned whisky into fuel. The best part is they still get to drink the whisky, since the fuel is made from the whisky waste byproduct of the fermentation process.
The Little Extras are Extra
Car subscription services charge for amenities such as heated seats. Will drivers pay?
Up, Up, and Away
Drone delivery is taking off through a maze of challenges
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The Start of Something Big
“Nothing epitomizes market failures more than the cost of insulin,” Newsom said, vowing to “contract and make our own insulin at a cheaper price, close to at cost, and to make it available to all.”
Mix It Up
Energy diversification just makes sense. If we need something this badly, we should do everything we can to make sure we’re not without it. But as you might expect, it’s complicated.
NFTs creating a space for diversity
Despite what you’ve been hearing, NFTs are not dead! More companies, content creators, and artists are looking to introduce their brand and art to Web3, but this time with important cultural purposes.
Come Home to Montana – and Bring Your Job with You
Greg Gianforte swept into the governor's office last year with a goal of modernizing state government through an ambitious digital transformation. After keeping a campaign promise to bring new leadership to every state agency, he threw the gauntlet to the new directors and asked, "Who's going to be 100% digital first?"