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Winning Health Tech Entrepreneurs Will Focus On Implementation, Not Fetishize Invention

Increasingly, I’m convinced that the underappreciated challenges of implementation describe the ever-expanding gap between the promise of emerging technologies (sensors, AI) and their comparatively limited use in clinical care and pharmaceutical research.
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Oxford Intermediate’s Camp Invention Aims To Create Next Generation Of Entrepreneurs

For the third straight year, the Oxford Intermediate School will host Camp Invention, giving children from Pre-K through 6th grade the chance to solve real-world problems with the use of the materials provided over a four-day period. A release from the …
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For Entrepreneurs, Necessity Really Is The Mother Of Invention

In 1899, a Norwegian inventor with a degree in electronics, science and mathematics invented the paperclip. It was rectangular-shaped, rather than the oblong shape we are more accustomed to, but it changed the way we bind papers together forever.
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Competition has inventions from collegiate, community entrepreneurs – LocalNews8.com

Competition has inventions from collegiate, community entrepreneurs
LocalNews8.com
Inventors and entrepreneurs from around the area were at Idaho State University Friday, competing for the chance to have their invention go all the way. The BIG competition stands for business, innovation and growth.

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How Entrepreneurs Can Thrive Under the “First-Inventor-to-File” Patent System – Forbes

How Entrepreneurs Can Thrive Under the "First-Inventor-to-File" Patent System
Forbes
In September 2011, President Obama signed the America Invents Act (AIA) into law. Under one of the most important provisions of the AIA, the longstanding first-to-invent patent system will be replaced with what is often called a first-inventor-to-file

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