A flashlight that can find cancer. Fake leaves that turn sunlight into fuel. A shirt that tells you if you're feeling sluggish. They're all real, and they're all right here.
You might not know it, but a key cog in the global innovation machine is hiding in plain sight in the world's largest democracy
If America wants to solve its innovation problem, solving its immigration problem would be a good start.
We asked PARC -- the Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated, a Xerox company -- to tell us the most interesting thing they're working on. Here's what they gave us.*
We asked Under Armour to tell us the most interesting thing they're working on. Here's what they gave us.
People often associate innovation with a light bulb. Forget that. Creativity isn't an on/off switch or a sudden burst of light. It's a process, and you learn to control it and master it.
These 20 startups have the potential to become industry leaders
Some argue that bankers and traders have been too creative over the past decade -- so why can't they figure out a solution to get the federal government out of housing finance?
The folks that brought you America Online have quietly launched Zipcar, LivingSocial and the Web 2.0. This is their story.
What if you could take a picture and focus it later?
The first steps toward a US innovation agenda that can unite the country and save the economy
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Kicking off a new special report on creativity and innovation at the personal, business, and government levels
This summer, Siemens unveiled the world's first hybrid electric plane -- a two-seater motor glider that completed its first flight in Vienna, Austria.
We asked Duke University to reveal its most exciting new innovations. Here's what they told us.