As a somewhat invisible part of COVID-19 science, we’ve been developing and producing billions of super strong vaccine vials.
Creating considerable negative spillover, the Solo Traveler coffee (and tea) cup lid could be replaced by a vastly better design.
A 10-pack of Wrigley’s Juicy Fruit gum was the first item ever to have a barcode checkout. The year was 1974 and the place, a Marsh Supermarket in Troy, Ohio. While for decades, people had been trying to figure out…
Making money was the Goldman Sachs agenda in an August, 2013 report. In “The Search for Creative Destruction,” their equity research connected Schumpeter’s creative destruction to investing opportunities. Eight new technologies, they said, would force businesses to “adapt or die.”…
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