In this edition: crazy ceilings from 3D-printed sand, paper-based batteries powered by bacteria and fighting tuberculosis with your smartphone
It is a myth that good leaders are superhuman. If anything, the advantage they have over others is that they know their own limitations.
In this edition: 3D-bio-printing in space, outsourcing empathy to a fluffy white seal robot and reviving the public bank in the US.
No matter how good you think your idea is, it will only succeed in the right context: the right time, the right place and within the right eco-system.
In this edition: Jellyfish go get our plastic waste, blockchain gives democracy a new spin and nanowires playing a violine concerto
Your idea is the first in a series of ingredients that make a business successful. It is an opportunity that has yet to be realized. In other words: it’s a starting point.
In this edition: Blockchain checks the innovation level of your idea, food tastes better with an electrode-zap and the best multi-tasker is your mind
My son taught me an invaluable lesson. One that was also vital for my business life: I stopped listening to reply and started listening to understand.
In this edition: worms performing mathematical calculations, humans closer to becoming a multi-planetary species and the prevention of toxic online conversations
What we’ll invest in today determines the world we’ll live in tomorrow. Impact entrepreneurship is quickly becoming mainstream and has the potential to change the world.
In this edition: Moonwalking for helium-3, Rolls-Royce trains cockroaches and thinking big(ger) with microequity
Moonshots are hard. There is a risk of failure. But we did get to the moon. And every day, people with purpose, vision and determination achieve things that previously seemed impossible.
In this edition: the different approach of US and European startups, robots that teach you how to smile and it may be time so say goodbye to your office desk.
It is so easy to become set in your ways. To assume that because something has worked for you, it should continue to work. Being wrong keeps me on my toes.