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Would he have recognized the world we live in today? Maybe, maybe not.
It’s unlikely that the tide of regulations will subside anytime soon and over the next decade, regulations could reduce manufacturing output by up to 6%
The good news is: there is ample potential for U.S. manufacturing to undergo a resurgence
The innovation process is continuous, from cameras to lifesaving medication.
Prizes have a remarkable potential to spur innovation
A bottom-up approach, focused on startups and entrepreneurship, could be the key to economic growth in cities.
Less than 1% of American companies sell abroad.
What remains with the advent of 3D printing is an excitement about the future.
The world is standing on the precipice of revolutionary innovations thanks to a new material that seems straight out of science fiction.