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According to the Business Insider, there are 12 things that successful people do before breakfast. From PepsiCo’s CEO to university professors, successful people hold themselves to a very self-fulfilling morning to ensure they can perform at their best. 304 more words

Center For Entrepreneurial Innovation

Many experienced and successful entrepreneurs share the same advice for hopeful startups: ‘Find an incubator.’ Yet the uncharted territory of finding the right system leaves start-ups in a confusing maze of incubators, accelerators, and co-working spaces without knowing which one is truly right for their business. 504 more words


Tom Lagerhausen, CFO and COO of Energy Conservation Management (ECM), a company providing a commercialized alternative to reduce greenhouse emissions and fuel bills, shares his five “lessons learned” from ECM’s journey to a million dollars in revenue. 379 more words

Center For Entrepreneurial Innovation

The Design Thinking Experience

“The design thinking process is best thought of as a system of overlapping spaces rather than a sequence of orderly steps. There are three spaces to keep in mind: inspiration,ideation, and implementation. 385 more words


World's thinnest light bulb created from graphene

By Jesse Emspak

Published June 16, 2015

When a current was run through strips of graphene that were placed across a trench of silicon, the result was light emission.  712 more words

Humor And Observations

New Cyber Threat Detection Tool Made Open Source| By |Lacey Thoms

Recently, Lockheed Martin open sourced its in-house cyber threat detection tool. The platform, called Laika BOSS, will soon be accessible to the open source community at large. 305 more words


Ask an App – MakeShift by AppColony

What’s hAPPening in innovation? Our “Ask an App” blog series introduces you to inventive apps that are changing how a variety of workforce management tasks are managed by employers and employees… 547 more words