Open Innovation: From Beginnings to Today

Open Innovation: From Beginnings to Today

By • on September 18, 2012

The ECNmag website notes that one of the most dramatic corporate shifts we have seen over the last decade is on the innovation front. It is not a coincidence that at the same time our innovation model was beginning to change, the Internet and emergence of social media were enabling society as a whole to be more connected and helping to facilitate

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Patent Reform: End to Open Innovation?

Patent Reform: End to Open Innovation?

By • on July 24, 2012

The rdinsights website posted an article which says that the America Invents Act, also referred to as patent reform, will spell the end to open innovation as currently practiced, starting in March of 2013.¬† Patent reform’s first to file provision will change how inventors respond to open innovation

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Grand Challenges Move the Needle

Grand Challenges Move the Needle

By • on May 12, 2012

The Marketwatch website asks what makes a Grand Challenge grand? Consider the complexities of curing breast cancer, purging greenhouse gases from the atmosphere, launching civilian spacecraft, or eradicating the devastating AIDS pandemic. These are the kinds of problems that require an amplified approach

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Can Open Innovation Provide Better Care for Patients?

Can Open Innovation Provide Better Care for Patients?

By • on April 26, 2012

The IdeaCommection blog notes that one of the boons of open innovation is that it can be used not only to boost business bottom lines but also for the common good, such as initiatives to eradicate disease and improve health and well being of patients. For example, GE’s Healthymagination Innovation

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GE & Partners Announce Winners of “Healthymagination Cancer Challenge”

GE & Partners Announce Winners of “Healthymagination Cancer Challenge”

By • on April 16, 2012

The MarketWatch website reports that GE has announced¬† five innovation award winners as part of the first stage of its $100 million “GE healthymagination Cancer Challenge.” More than 500 ideas from 40 countries were submitted, sparking robust conversations among more

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GE to Spend $200M a Year for Cancer R&D for Open Innovation Challenge

GE to Spend $200M a Year for Cancer R&D for Open Innovation Challenge

By • on September 17, 2011

An article on the GEN News website reports that GE Healthcare plans to spend $1 billion over the next five years to expand its advanced cancer diagnostic and molecular imaging capabilities as well as its technologies for the manufacture of

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