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Two competing theories on the changing link between innovation and productivity.
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Sweden leads a ranking of innovative countries in Europe.
Nine of the 10 most innovative companies in the world are based in the US, according to Forbes.
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Researchers exploring the future of the workplace plan to ask machines what they think.
NASA has committed funding to submarines for exploring oceans and lakes in space.
NASA's Solar Probe Plus mission is set to launch in 2018, and will travel to within 4 million miles of the sun. That's 7 times closer than ever before.
Researchers have developed nanoscale soft micromachines that could help treat disease.