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Planned Parenthood Expands Entrance into Digital Health

MANAGED HEALTHCARE EXECUTIVE - “Planned Parenthood has been dedicating more of its budget to digital services,” says Danielle Bradnan...This app represents a means of using limited resources to maximize access to care for patients who face geographic and legislative barriers...

Room for All as Alternative Proteins Growth Continues

IFT - Continued growth and demand in the alternative proteins market provides ample opportunities for food scientists and entrepreneurs to bring new innovations to market...Lux Research says alternative proteins could make up one-third of the market by 2050.

Fueling the 5G Frenzy: New Materials in High Demand to Meet Rapid Rollout of Technology Across the Globe

PR NEWSWIRE - From consumer cell phones and wireless networks to the technology arms race taking place between global superpowers, carriers are implementing 5G networks at breakneck speed. Behind the scenes, demand is growing for cheap, high-performing materials that will allow millions of devices to connect to these new high-frequency networks.

Easing the pressure on hydrogen storage

The energy transition is generating renewed interest in hydrogen to decarbonize the global energy system. Today, almost all H­is produced on-site in chemical facilities and used immediately, eliminating the need for long-term storage and distribution. In this blog post, we highlight the established and emerging approaches to H2 storage.

Tech’s New Frontier? Oil and Gas

According to a new report from Lux Research, the oil companies of the future may resemble the tech companies of today. Moreover, if these companies fail to adapt to the changing digital landscape faced by all industries, they could be left behind.

5G Networks Rated Top Of Lux Research 20 for 20 List

RT INSIGHTS - Advisory firm Lux Research ranked 5G networking as the tech innovation to have the greatest impact in the next 10 years. The 20 for 20 report identifies 20 technologies likely to “reshape the world,” based on data from Lux Intelligence Engine and industry analysts.

Lux Take on News: Weekly Round-Up November 15, 2019

This week's headlines have been dominated by Google's access to personal health data and Goldman Sachs and Apple's credit card spending limits. Check out what our experts have to say about these topics as well as the rest of this week's top headlines.

Lux Take on News: Weekly Round-Up November 8, 2019

Every week Lux analysts gather the biggest headlines and trends and provide their expert opinions on major developments. This has been a big week for innovation. From news on digital twins, plastic waste, mobility data, and 5G -- We have you covered.

The Top 20 Transformational Technologies to Watch in 2020

Every year we ask our analysts "What technologies are you following that will have the greatest potential to transform the world over the next decade?" Then, using innovation data and analytics, we select and rank the technologies to watch in the next year. Find out what technologies made this year's 20 for 20 list.

Tech to Change the World: Lux Research Releases Annual List of Transformational Technologies

Lux Research's "20 for 20" list highlights the technologies and trends that will transform the way we live, work, and play over the next decade. The annual report combines the power of insights from technology experts with proprietary data science tools to better guide innovation decision making.


Lux Research Identifies Four Key Factors Forcing the Oil & Gas Industry to Reinvent for the Digital Age

Lux’s new report, The Digital Transformation of Oil and Gas, analyzes how industry leaders are adapting to meet these challenges, as well as what the evolution and maturation of this digital transformation means for the future of the industry as a whole.  

Digital Opportunities Increase as Healthcare Plans to Spend Additional $750 Billion by 2020

Increasing prevalence of chronic disease, rapidly aging populations, and huge middle-class growth in developing economies are combining to push the growth in global healthcare expenditure from 2.4% in 2015 to an estimated 7.5% by 2020, making next year’s growth alone an additional $750 billion.