3D printing, or additive manufacturing, is unique in not only the scale of its impact, but the breadth of it as well. Additive manufacturing finds applications in aerospace, defense, architecture, electronics, education, entertainment, medical, automotive and more. The ability to ...

Partnerships have long been a go-to mechanism for developing and commercializing new products in highly dynamic markets experiencing technological change. Autonomous systems is undoubtedly an area that can benefit from an intense era of collaboration. Such alliances can be structured ...

Gene editing technique CRISPR-Cas9 has heralded in what has been called the “Golden Age of Genetic Engineering.” Since the technique exploded onto the mainstream research scene two years ago, there have been countless advances, discoveries and refinements to both ...

Technology continues to evolve to capture the most amount of data possible. In this case, more is better—until it’s not. The immense amount of data captured by industrial and consumer products alike does not just disappear. It is recorded and ...

Data integration in science is unlike any other field due to the sheer volume of data and its inherent complexity. Regardless of discipline, open access to correlated scientific data means faster, better experimentation. Currently, there are many different silos of ...

Next-generation sequencing has yielded a wealth of biological data, but perhaps none as important as abnormalities in the genes that drive the development and growth of many types of cancer. Over the past decade, large-scale research projects have begun to ...

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been changing people’s lives for decades, but never has AI felt more pervasive than now. Seemingly every week there is yet another robotic system that has overcome a hurdle, or outperformed its human counterparts. The full ...

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From aerospace to energy, electronics to software, the pace of technological innovation is ever-quickening. To make it even more complex, innovations are increasingly crossing industry boundaries. No longer can companies miss a generation of technology and expect to remain competitive ...

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R&D investments are the key to innovation—and the long-term and short-term investments made by industry, government and academia for the coming year in 2018 are no less important than for any other year. These investments are oftentimes crucial in many ...

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For many businesses, intellectual property (IP) protects more than just an idea or a concept – it protects genuine business assets that may be integral to the core services of the business and overall long-term viability. IP is easily misunderstood ...

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By 2040, it is estimated that electric vehicles will account of 35% of new car sales globally. The global automotive industry is in the throes of the largest technological changes in more than 100 years. What were once challenges are ...

There can be no Internet of Things (IoT) without the network to support it. Sensors and gadgets will gather vast amounts of data, but IoT is about more than just gadgets and displays. The amount of data gathered will seriously ...

The cost of FDA approval or denial for pharmaceutical companies can be overwhelming. Combined with the astronomical cost of initial drug discovery R&D, it is no surprise that pharmaceutical companies often have trouble managing their ROI. It is imperative to ...

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