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Toronto-based innovation shop Trend Hunter has cranked out over 10,000 custom trends profiles in the past decade, and they compressed their annual 3-day innovation experience into an 8-hour intensive course.
The recent shift towards subscription offerings in the consumer marketplace is a trend that doesn’t seem to be slowing down any time soon.
Facebook is hoping that free coffee and privacy check-ins will convince users that it’s prioritizing their data, once again.
A Space Oddity | Blog
The effects of space on the human body are still being researched, and in recent years we’ve discovered more about the effects.
The World Health Organization released a new set of guidelines detailing 12 modifiable risk factors associated with the development of dementia and how to best combat it as people age.
Is Your Mask Up to the Task? | Blog
Deciding when, where, and what mask to wear has been a large topic of discussion as we re-enter into the “New Normal.”
Nobody wants their doctor to say, “you’re losing your hearing,” but for the 48 million Americans suffering from hearing loss, most dread the idea of the clunky, uncomfortable hearing aids of yester-year.
In a 2017 survey conducted by Ann McKee, a neuropathologist, of 202 former football players’ brains that were donated to science, all but one suffered from Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy.
Future Proofing Med School | Blog
The past few days have seen a lot of news regarding the Oakland-based health care company Kaiser Permanente.
The Capacity to Enjoy Data | Blog
Data is everywhere these days, but what does it look like?
In healthcare alone virtual reality and augmented reality is expected to be a $5.1 Billion industry by 2025 with a CAGR of +53% over the next five years.
What can we do to fight the influx of measles outbreaks?
A new study suggests we may be consuming more BPA than previously thought.
One year’s innovative and groundbreaking idea becomes the next year’s benchmark standard.