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'Innovation' - something to be embraced and enjoyed no matter when it happened...

We have a DAB radio in our kitchen and I was watching my wife changing the station she was listening to using the remote control. To her the remote control is a bit of a waste of time as she keeps it on top of the radio, and doesn’t really value the function in life that it was designed for as she uses it so close to the radio she could simply use the buttons on the radio. 1,672 more words


Efficient "ice battery" provides 24/7 cooling for your home

The eco-friendly and cost-effective “ice battery” method of residential indoor climate control has been around for more than a decade, but one company still believes it is the answer to inefficient air conditioning units. 42 more words


Branching addition cuts through existing Swiss farmhouse to increase structural integrity

To give more structural stability to this traditional farmhouse in Switzerland’s Emmental region, design studio Freiluft Architektur designed a concrete structure that cuts through the entire existing building. 44 more words


inNOvative Culture

The thing about an organization’s culture is there will be one, whether teams and leaders passively allow it to manifest or they build it with intentionality. 303 more words

New Partnership Launched With Edx

USM Press Release

ADELPHI, Md. (July 27, 2016) – The University System of Maryland (USM) has entered into a groundbreaking partnership with edX (http://www.edx.org… 513 more words


Brick-laying robot stacks 1,000 bricks an hour to build a house in 2 days

A new automated, truck-mounted robot can build a house in two days, moving four times faster than human construction workers. Hadrian X by the Australian company Fastbrick Robotics Limited can reportedly lay as many as 1,000 bricks per hour and, because robots don’t need lunch breaks, Hadrian X can work around the clock. 27 more words