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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.
The COVID-19 pandemic also radically opens up the competitive landscape to those who can weather the storm.
Countries across the world are starting to ease their coronavirus lockdowns as the rate of infections slow, meaning businesses and public spaces can reopen.
Universities and entrepreneurs are fighting the COVID-19 pandemic by marshalling resources and people, and analysing and sharing research to inform policy-makers and the public.
Academics at universities in London and Durham are exploring whether medical detection dogs can help identify coronavirus cases in humans.
Researchers are experimenting with drugs and therapies to help ease the strain on healthcare systems in the coronavirus pandemic. Here are 20 of them.
The project, created by the Italian National Research Council, aims to take widespread samples of light pollution in the country.
From hands-free door openers that can be 3D-printed, to basic ventilators, the COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in a new era of urgent innovation.
Governments and health authorities around the world are asking businesses to repurpose their production lines and supply chains to make life-saving ventilators available. Here’s how compa...
How talented students and retirees can collaborate to find and test new ideas for organizations.
Scaling up existing pilots, collaborating across sectors, and cooperating with leading research institutions are among the steps required to drive growth.
The technology could help patients and doctors make better decisions about treatment.
Rita Ebel creates made-to-order wheelchair ramps out of Lego bricks.
Using femto-second laser pulses, nanoscale structures are etched into metal surfaces to give the ability to selectively absorb light on solar wavelengths. This could have applications in ...