A research technology company’s purpose isn’t just to get the work done. It’s to enable the conditions necessary to improve decision making.
Sep 28, 2023Blog
Unraveling tech protectionism’s impact on the sustainable transition
We examine the implications of U.S. tech protectionism, using Huawei’s struggle and recent breakthrough in chip-making as a case study, and extrapolate the potential consequences for the sustainable transition.
Sep 25, 2023Podcast
Reusable packaging and greenwashing with Muuse CEO Jonathan Tostevin
Is reusability a way to reduce plastic waste and promote sustainability? Or is it just more greenwashing? Anthony, Karthik, and Mike discuss Starbucks’ new reuse campaign and then talk to the CEO of Muuse, which is putting reuse into practice in Singapore.
Sep 19, 2023Blog
The UN’s zero draft on plastics waste sharpens focus on plastic restrictions
This post discusses the UN’s recent “zero draft” on plastic pollution, which outlines potential regulations on plastic production, emphasizes extended producer responsibility, and offers a somewhat ambiguous stance on chemical recycling, suggesting forthcoming stringent measures for the chemical industry.
Sep 18, 2023Podcast
Apple’s sustainability push and biostimulants with Sound Agriculture’s Adam Litle
Mike, Karthik and Anthony render judgement on Apple’s recent sustainability claims and discuss the possibility of UN regulation on the plastics industry. Then, Adam Litle, the CEO of Sound Agriculture, joins to discuss biostimulants and the challenges of innovating in the agriculture industry.
Sep 13, 2023Blog
The payload problem in heavy-duty electric trucking is not all that big
In this blog post, we discuss how the electrification of trucks offers competitive payload capacities to diesel counterparts for short hauls, with longer ranges seeing a slight reduction, though regulatory concessions in the U.S. and Europe largely mitigate these differences.
Sep 11, 2023Podcast
AI and cement decarbonization with Sublime Systems’ Leah Ellis
In this episode, the CEO of Sublime Systems Leah Ellis joins to talk all about the process of trying to disrupt one of the most challenging industries: cement. Plus, the hosts sound off on AI and pumped hydro.
Sep 08, 2023Blog
Three Key Takeaways from the Lux Forum Chicago
In June 2023, Lux Research hosted a forum in Chicago titled “3 Steps to Bridging the Innovation Gap,” which brought together innovation leaders and executives across a diverse set of value chains and organizations.
Sep 06, 2023Blog
Generative AI and the future of information
In this blog post, Anthony Schiavo discusses how the proliferation of AI-generated content may lead to a polluted information economy.
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