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Pulling Drinking Water Out of the Air

| By Editorial Staff

Air = Drinking Water? NO WAY!

Thanks to technology developed by the Tel Aviv-based company Water-Gen, military troops in some of the toughest field conditions in the world are able to source drinking water out of the air.

Water-Gen’s “Atmospheric Water Generation Units” draw in air and turn it into drinking water. It can create potable water …

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Innovation Doesn’t Have To Be BIG

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Every innovator and entrepreneur yearns for the day when they can raise their hand in glory and proudly proclaim: EUREKA!

Few people wake up in the morning and say to themselves, “I want to invent something that no one will even take notice of.” Rather, they want to create the next mobile phone, hybrid car or …

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Is Multitasking a Myth?

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You walk and chew gum at the same time. Tap your head and rub your belly without pause. Heck, you even listen intently to your friend or spouse while hammering away on your smartphone.

Clearly the evidence speaks for itself: multitasking is no myth. In fact, you know that multitasking is real because, well, you’re a …

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Why Incorporating Millennials Should Inspire Innovation?

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Before you know it, business as usual will be anything but usual. Why? Surprise, surprise. You have Millennials to blame.

Or perhaps it’s more appropriate to say you have Millennials to thank.

You see, by 2020, Millennials will make up 46% of the workforce. More than any other generation. To some that’s a very scary reality.

Why?

Because since …

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Got a Great Idea? What Now?

| By Editorial Team

How to move from brainstorming to design & development
If an idea falls down in the woods and no one’s around, would anyone even care? No. That’s why you need to turn your idea into reality.

Brainstorming is an integral part of the creative process, but it isn’t the last step of your journey. You can have …

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What’s Stopping You from Pursuing Your Dreams, Ideas, and Innovative Potential?

| By Editorial Staff

Motivation is garbage.

It’s never there when you need it. It’s not supposed to be. Our brains are hardwired to protect us from doing anything that’s new or uncomfortable.

We’re only ever motivated to do things that are easy. But launch a business? Pursue a passion?

Our brains quiver at the notion.

If you’re waiting for motivation to guide …

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Four Innovations that Changed the World

| By Editorial Team

Each year, thousands of innovations are created, patented and even released to the public without much notice or fanfare. And while many of these innovations improve our lives, not all of them have truly changed the world.

There are, however, many innovations that have made such a huge splash that society, as a whole, has never …

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Reinventing Coffee. How a “Simple” Drink Survived the Ages

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Hipsters in Brooklyn and coders in Seattle may have a firm grasp on the mug handle of the coffee world. But they’re far from the first to bow to the bean.

Coffee’s been around for hundreds of years, if not longer.

Yet despite its age, coffee is as strong today as a Starbucks drip. But what’s more …

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Channel Your Inner Artist with these Creativity Exercises

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In the film Lucy, Scarlett Johansson’s character gains supernatural powers as a result of being able to use nearly all of her brain’s capacity. That may just be a slice of science fiction at its finest, but the truth is the human mind is in fact more capable than what we regularly use it for.

The …

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Reinventing the Wheel for New Year’s Resolutions

| By Editorial Staff

Every New Year few things are all but guaranteed:

Folks will flock online and to stores to return unwanted gifts, and cash in on gift cards
The lyrics to Auld Lang Syne will be butchered by 99% of revelers
Resolutions will be made, and quickly broken

While there’s little we can do to address the first two items, there …

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