Diabetes and Other Diseases being studied by Drug Firms and NIH The race has begun to find cures for such devastating diseases as diabetes, Alzheimer’s, rheumatoid arthritis and lupus. The NIH and drug firms are busy studying several other diseases besides diabetes. Finding the right medicines in the nick of time is the crucial order of the day.
Feb 5 2014, 6:54am CST
How Facebook Memes Evolve And Spread As a publisher, understanding the flow of information online is as important as a civil engineer understanding traffic congestion. Unfortunately, so much of what takes place online has been insufficiently studied and...
Jan 16 2014, 7:36am CST
Why Great Entrepreneurs Are Older Than You Think How old do you think someone should be for the best chance at entrepreneurial success?
If you said 20, or 22, or 25, you are not alone.
It wasn’t that long ago that age signified wisdom. But in the last decade Silicon...
Jan 15 2014, 8:11am CST
How Innovative Companies Collaborate For highly innovative group collaborations, do what the big tech firms do: Cycle through collaborations with different pairs and take the long view.
By Jason P. Davis, INSEAD Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship and...
Jan 8 2014, 8:01pm CST
Business's Worst Nightmare: Big Bang Disruption “Address books, video cameras, pagers, wristwatches, maps, books, travel games, flashlights, home telephones, dictation recorders, cash registers, Walkmen, Day-Timers, alarm clocks, answering machines, yellow pages,...
Jan 7 2014, 3:46pm CST
Scorsese's Wolf Of Wall Street: Fifth Column Or Reality? My quarrel with The Wolf of Wall Street ain’t with the protagonist, Jordan Belfort, more glutton than carnivore, but with Martin Scorsese. Leo gave him his $20 million worth, but the film is a disgrace to our country....
Jan 7 2014, 2:16pm CST
2014: The Year Social HR Matters In 2013, organizations finally began in earnest to integrate social technologies into recruitment, development and engagement practices. In 2014, this social integration will become the status quo.
Jan 6 2014, 9:46am CST
How An Artist And A Dancer Saved An American City Culver City, once the heart of California’s movie industry, was dying just a decade ago. The downtown was decaying. It had become a sleepy commuter town. Today, however, people have proclaimed it an urban renaissance...
Jan 6 2014, 5:56am CST
Supervolcano Phenomenon Revealed Scientists have studied the special phenomenon of supervolcanos and found that they could recreate the conditions in artificial lab settings. There are future disasters lying in wait for an unaware humanity in the form of supervolcanos. And the more prepared we are, the better we can handle them.
Jan 6 2014, 2:29am CST
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