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Apple, Alphabet and Amazon earned top spots on this year’s list of the world's most innovative companies.
How companies can navigate the uncertainty of a post-COVID-19 world and turn unpredictability into resourceful innovation, opportunity and “smart luck”.
After examining over 2,000 innovations throughout history, Doblin discovered most breakthroughs don’t stem from engineering inventions or rare discoveries.
Researchers in Denmark have developed a robot that can help with mass testing for coronavirus. Here's what they learned about innovating under pressure.
A team of divers is building artificial coral reefs off the east coast of the United Arab Emirates.
A large number of start-ups have suffered during the pandemic but COVID-19 has also led to an increase in entrepreneurial activity to tackle the crisis.
Wharton professors George Day and Gregory Shea explain why investing in forward-thinking talent pools can help prepare businesses for uncertainties.
From research funding to publishing and communication, the COVID-19 pandemic has shown how fast science can adapt and deliver what the world needs.
This year’s Technology Pioneers includes leaders in everything from alternative meat to circular economies.
Our ocean faces an unprecedented set of interconnected challenges. These innovators, the winners of our Ocean Solutions Sprint, think they can help turn things around.
Global warming and melting glaciers are leading sea levels to rise, putting millions at risk of flooding. Could floating homes be a solution?
Young people around the world are developing new and innovative technologies to help in the fight against COVID-19. Here are five of them.
The coronavirus pandemic has shown how vital collaboration is in making the benefits of research available to all – and open-source knowledge-sharing is key to its future.
Collaborative entrepreneurship is proving to be key in the fight against COVID-19 - and that's a lesson we should learn as we begin to rebuild
Across India, entrepreneurs and innovators have quickly devised new apps, robots and ventilators to help overcome the pandemic.