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innovation

noun
1. Something new or different.
2. The act of innovating, or introducing a new product, technology, or method.
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By moving forcefully forward with adequate investments behind innovations of promise, such organizations become identified as market leaders, creating reputations and market positions that constitute barriers to entry by their competitors.
Jim Smith, general partner at Mohr Davidow Ventures - will provide a variety of perspectives on innovation with a focus on the unique challenges and opportunities of the electronics, semiconductor and EDA industries.
Such innovations don't come without at least a little pain, however: The new ice-cube trays cannibalized Rubbermaid's existing product and rendered about $1 million worth of tooling obsolete, Schmitt says.
Under the GDIT subcontract, Luna Innovations will support GDIT's goal of improving the manufacturing capability and capacity necessary to provide nanomaterials in sufficient quantity, and at a sufficiently low cost, to be feasible for use in real-world systems.
Stem Cell Innovations is developing PluriCells[TM], a new human stem cell technology derived from primordial germ cells of fetal tissue.
Veteran news anchor John Hook of KSAZ, Fox 10 in Phoenix will emcee this year's Governor's Celebration of Innovation (GCOI) on December 5 at the Pointe South Mountain Resort in Phoenix.
The CES Innovations product, the Jadoo XRT, provides an extended runtime option for Jadoo's line of N-Gen fuel-cell power units.
Products entered into Innovations 2007 must be available to market to U.
6, this award is given to teams whose creative innovations have contributed to the commercial success of their company and community.
Torrenza supports a range of integration innovations from interconnections leveraging HyperTransport, to co-processors accessing HyperTransport, to plug-in co-processors that directly harness the speed and communications delivered by HyperTransport.
OVO, a leading developer of processes and application software for innovation and idea management, announced introductory pricing for its innovation software applications provided as a hosted service.
To help, Futurethink fieldtrips are a unique program that let clients think 'out of the box' by getting 'out of the office,' with hands-on exploration of the most current, real-world innovations, both in major cities and in their own backyards.

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