Small businesses are less productive, less innovative and pay staff less than big ones, and even before the pandemic they were shedding jobs.
Teaching entrepreneurial skills is a staple in business schools. But it can benefit all students – including majors in engineering, agriculture and even the arts.
Parents often want their kids to be creative. But while creativity has many benefits, it can also be used for harm. Here’s how to teach kids to harness their imagination for the common good.
Subsidies could help kickstart cost cutting and innovation in this prohibitively expensive industry.
The ‘Eureka!’ moment is a myth – an altogether naïve and fanciful account of innovation.
How economic thinking on climate change has evolved since the 2006 Stern Review.
As the state copes with hurricanes and climate disasters, it is figuring out how to manage the slow-motion loss of its coastal land. But its plans could endanger the cultures that define the region.
The US is generating more electricity than ever from wind and solar power – but often it’s not needed at the time it’s produced. Advanced energy storage technologies make that power available 24/7.
The decision is supported by the government’s policy environment in recent years. This has aimed to increase innovation, and views technology as a way to achieve this.
As the fourth most innovative nation in the world, the UK is under particular threat.
The Army Corps of Engineers is planning a sea wall 6 miles long and flood gates. The infrastructure might protect downtown from a hurricane storm surge, but most of the area will still be vulnerable.
Until wonder is welcomed in all workplaces, the health of our society and our capacity to imagine new alternatives is contingent on the ability to experience and refine wonder in artistic spaces.
Some of the most powerful offshore wind is over water too deep for a standard wind turbine. Engineers found a way around the problem.
The pandemic has driven news platforms to shift towards paying for content faster than they planned.
There are five basic things to address while starting your own company: Need, idea, product, setup and market.
Entrepreneurs can create entirely new ways of providing goods and services if they’re adequately trained to take advantage of technological advances.
Boosting the number of female inventors isn’t just a matter of fairness. Inventions by men are more likely to ignore women’s needs.
The ubiquity of mobile phones is a defining feature of the 21st century, but it’s been possible to place a phone call on the go since shortly after World War II.
The new EU regulation is about to change the way we do artificial intelligence. The United Nations needs to follow suit.
To cut enough greenhouse gas emissions, the world will need technologies that are still being developed, particularly for industries that are tough to clean up, like cement, steel and shipping.