- The New Geography of Innovation
- Boston-Cambridge is THE Life Sciences Hub
- Clayton Christensen Demolishes Jill Lepore’s Critique of Disruptive Innovation
- Why isn’t New York City a Biotech Hub?
- Infographic: Top 15 Large Pharma Companies by Market Cap
- Broad Institute Receives $650M for Psychiatric Research
- AbbVie will buy Shire in another Pharma tax inversion strategy
Monthly Archives: September 2013
Congratulations to Oracle Team USA on winning their America’s Cup defense. When you think of the America’s Cup, if you think of this: …think again!
Last Sunday night I finally taught myself how to use the free 3D design software, SketchUp. It’s pretty cool. It took me about 30 min to watch a few video tutorials and get the hang of it, and another hour and … Continue reading
So I installed iOS 7 on my iPhone overnight, and I have to say the absence of Steve Jobs is showing. The new OS is pretty good, and there are some really useful new features, but Jobs would not have … Continue reading
… as a cold front pushes tropical air toward the Atlantic ocean.
Talk about a tough natural disaster — major flooding in a mountainous region. Mudslides, roads completely destroyed, widespread flooding, really hard to travel anywhere. Two hundred and fifty-three people are missing. “Military helicopter airlift to begin as soon as the … Continue reading
“Disruptive Innovation”, is a term popularized by Clayton Christensen in his classic book, “The Innovator’s Dilemma.” The book describes his research into how product development and market competition mature and eventually create products that have been incrementally improved (through “sustaining” … Continue reading
There’s a wave of disruptive innovation building in healthcare based on networked mobile computing and sensor technology. Here, for example, is a cheap attachment for your smartphone, coupled to some powerful software — that has the potential to replace your … Continue reading