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Agile Innovation: Leap to the Next Level of Innovation New Book Proposes Powerful, Systematic Approach to Breakthrough Innovation
With their book Agile Innovation: The Revolutionary Approach to Accelerate Success, Inspire Engagement, and Ignite Creativity (WILEY; September 2014; Hardcover & e-book; ISBN :978-1-118-95420-1; $32.00) co-authors, Langdon Morris, Moses Ma and Po Chi Wu offer a compelling new approach for sustained innovation improvement and draws from thought-provoking real-world examples
Science, technology and innovation development officials from APEC economies have named Dr Agachai Sumalee, a Thai professor based in Hong Kong, China, the winner of the 2014 APEC Science Prize for Innovation, Research, and Education.
An End To The Bull: Cut through the noise to develop a sustainable trading career
Establishing a professional presence with a clear and concise image, reputation, and status is a must. Whether you’re looking for your first job, considering changing careers, or just want to be more viable and successful in your current endeavors, this guide provides the step-by-step information you need to develop your personal brand.
Trillion Dollar Economists Explores the Transition of the Economists’ Role from Forecaster to Innovator
New Book by Robert Litan Takes a Detailed Look at How Economists Shaped the World and How the Legacy Continues
Discover essential updates for programmers and designers on interaction design for today's interfaces and products
Ann Handley’s New Book Shows Businesses of all Sizes, and Writers of all Levels, How to Create Ridiculously Good Content
Everybody Writes explores how to create stellar online communication in a content-driven world - where everyone is a writer.
A revised new edition of the bestselling toolkit for creating, building, and maintaining a strong brand
New research indicates that people with psychopathic traits have a preference for nonromantic sexual fantasies with anonymous and uncommitted partners. The study’s investigators noted that psychopathic sexual behavior is likely due to a preference for sexual activity outside a loving, committed relationship rather than only an inability to form such relationships.
Researchers in Sydney and Newcastle, Australia have found that elements of dust, particularly those coarse particles that contain iron traces, stimulate the production of inflammatory molecules in cells from the airways of mice and healthy human volunteers. Surprisingly, traffic fume pollutants did not cause these changes. The findings are featured in a new Respirology study.
Researchers have found that levels of a regulatory protein called ATF4, and the corresponding levels of the molecules whose expression it controls, are elevated in the livers of mice exposed to multiple interventions known increase longevity.
Judges with daughters consistently vote in a more feminist fashion on gender issues than judges who have only sons, and the effect appears to be driven primarily by Republican judges.
Research suggests that genes that affect hearing and cognitive function may play roles in one’s musical aptitude, or the ability to understand and perceive rhythm, pitch, timbre, tone durations, and formal structure in music.
A new study finds that habitual use of Facebook makes individuals susceptible to social media phishing attacks by criminals, likely because they automatically respond to requests without considering how they are connected with those sending the requests, how long they have known them, or who else is connected with them.
Researchers who transplanted combinations of wild, domesticated, and domesticated-wild hybridized populations of a fish species to new environments found that within 5 to 11 generations, selection could remove introduced foreign genes from wild populations that hybridized with domesticated populations.
As soon as lava flows from a volcano, exposure to air and wind causes it to start to cool and harden. Rather than hardening evenly, the energy exchange tends to take place primarily at the surface. The cooling causes a crust to form on the outer edges of the lava flow, insulating the molten lava within. This hardened lava shell allows a lava flow to travel much further than it would otherwise, while cracks in the lava’s crust can cause it to draw up short.
New research shows that patients with fibromyalgia have hypersensitivity to non-painful events based on images of the patients’ brains, which show reduced activation in primary sensory regions and increased activation in sensory integration areas. Findings published in Arthritis & Rheumatology, a journal of the American College of Rheumatology (ACR), suggest that brain abnormalities in response to non-painful sensory stimulation may cause the increased unpleasantness that patients experience in response to daily visual, auditory and tactile stimulation.
There is no published account where hippopotamuses are demonstrably shown swimming or floating at the surface of any body of water. But if they can’t swim, how did they reach and colonize islands?
Largest ever study of awareness during general anaesthesia identifies risk factors and consequences for patients, including long-term psychological harm
Accidental awareness is one of the most feared complications of general anaesthesia for both patients and anaesthetists. Patients report this failure of general anaesthesia in approximately 1 in every 19,000 cases, according to a report published in Anaesthesia. Known as accidental awareness during general anaesthesia (AAGA), it occurs when general anaesthesia is intended but the patient remains conscious. This incidence of patient reports of awareness is much lower than previous estimates of awareness, which were as high as 1 in 600.