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The Next Frontier for 3-D Printing: Human Organs

Researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center are embarking on a project that is so overloaded with sci-fiesque elements that if it were a movie, you might question the scr...

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

{{ BIZOBJ (video: 4614) }} Innovation is not putting a yoga room in your office. It doesn't come from a ping-pong table. Vivek Ranadivé, CEO of TIBCO and owner of the Sa...

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

They're frightening looking, the robots. Adult-male-tall humanoid tangles of metal, cables, and circuitry form beings that are more like the jaegers from Pacific Rim than the s...

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

Mike Merrill is a publicly traded person. Since his IPO in 2008, most of Merrill's major life decisions have been run by a board of shareholders — from whom he can date to ...

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

{{ BIZOBJ (video: 4613) }} "When I look at basketball," Sacramento Kings owner Vivek Ranadivé says, "I look at it as a big-data problem." Ranadivé bought the Kings this ...

Patent Troll Hunters Fight to Survive Winter—And Senate

Patent litigation reform hit an unexpected fever pitch in the House this fall, as Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte muscled a bill through his committee before earning...

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