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Inside the Company That's Bringing a Start-Up Culture to D.C.

1776 is introducing disruptive innovators to Washington.

The Next Frontier for 3-D Printing: Human Organs

Scientists are on their way to 3-D printing functioning large organs. In the meantime, the technology is being used to test drug responses in mini-systems.

How to Innovate in America, According to a Silicon Valley Billionaire

TIBCO CEO Vivek Ranadivé says the U.S. is still the leader in global innovation. And he has advice on how to keep it that way.

Watch Humanoid Robots Compete to Become the First Responders of the Future

DARPA is broadcasting their robotics challenge live today. If you like robots, this is for you.

Want to Control a 17-Year-Old's Decisions? Now's Your Chance!

A group of shareholders is voting to decide whether to take command of a young man's life.

How the NBA's Data Revolution Can Make Basketball the Global Sport

The owner of the Sacramento Kings wants to make his team the poster child for big data in sports.

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Inside the Company That's Bringing a Start-Up Culture to D.C.

1776 is introducing disruptive innovators to Washington.

The Next Frontier for 3-D Printing: Human Organs

Scientists are on their way to 3-D printing functioning large organs. In the meantime, the technology is being used to test drug responses in mini-systems.

How to Innovate in America, According to a Silicon Valley Billionaire

TIBCO CEO Vivek Ranadivé says the U.S. is still the leader in global innovation. And he has advice on how to keep it that way.

Watch Humanoid Robots Compete to Become the First Responders of the Future

DARPA is broadcasting their robotics challenge live today. If you like robots, this is for you.

Want to Control a 17-Year-Old's Decisions? Now's Your Chance!

A group of shareholders is voting to decide whether to take command of a young man's life.

How the NBA's Data Revolution Can Make Basketball the Global Sport

The owner of the Sacramento Kings wants to make his team the poster child for big data in sports.

Show More
 
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