innovation

Johanna Nesseth Tuttle
Johanna Nesseth Tuttle
Planet Forward, GWU School of Media and Public Affairs
In a global population of 7 billion, one in eight people go to bed hungry. By 2050, we'll be at 9 billion. So how do we feed the growing population? We talked with experts to find out why technology and innovation are important to the food industry... Read More
Piezoelectric energy is created by the process of vibrations, friction, or static between solid materials. This can be obtained through a variety of methods, such as the friction of tires on the road, or the movement of shoes across a surface that... Read More
College campuses are energy guzzlers. I know because I just graduated from Indiana University. As an environmental enthusiast that is worried about the future of our planet, I don't know of a quicker, cheaper or more convenient way to avoid wasted... Read More
Aneesh Chopra, former U.S. Chief Technology Officer, delivered some closing remarks at our Innovation Summit on April 17, 2012. In this clip, Chopra discusses the dual benefits of participating in conversations and conferences. He explains, "You... Read More
In this clip from our Innovation Summit on April 17, 2012, we highlight participants who demonstrate a clear commitment to sustainability and turning innovation into action. These participants challenged themselves to meet a tangible goal in the... Read More
In this clip from our Innovation Summit on April 17, 2012, Aneesh Chopra, the former U.S. Chief Technology Officer and Frank Sesno, the founder and host of Planet Forward, discuss the role of technology, data, and innovation across disciplines.
Georgia Tech focuses on solving real-world sustainability problems for people around the world.
Dude, the school wants more like buildings on campus like the one we built. In Iowa, students at Luther College are not only working together, but living together in order to make their campus more sustainable. Students created a solar-powered... Read More
Individual Inventor/Self Taught
Thermodynamic Technology Development - Atypical InFlow Device GEARTURBINE PROJECT Atypical InFlow Thermodynamic Technology Proposal Submission Innovative [TURBO-ROTARY] Novel Fueled Motor Engine Type
Elon University
A plea from a turtle named Chuck Norris for you to save the Rainforest.

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