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In early 2011, Science devoted a special issue to the impact big data is having on science. A series of articles described the role that the increased ease and affordability of collecting new streams of data are likely to have on individual disciples ranging from astronomy to genetics to ecology.
For companies to get their relationships with consumers right means understanding how consumers feel about privacy. And that means a conversation must be ongoing.
American Water has unveiled technologies allowing it to use water with greater efficiency.
Companies with cross-functional teams are critical for America’s broader competitiveness. That means engineers, designers and marketers all working together.
The head of Denver's chamber of commerce offers her support for Common Core education standards.
Mary Meeker’s annual report on Internet trends offers new insights on screentime,
Over the past decade, the use of wind power has exploded—driven initially by demand in North America and Western Europe. But a variety of factors, including the economic slowdown in Europe and low-cost natural gas in the United States, have slowed wind adoption in developed economies.