Webinars

On-Demand Webinar: Innovating Innovation: Re-Evaluating Roles, Process, and Results

Product life-cycles continue to shorten because of the ongoing acceleration of innovation. Today, innovation is no longer a luxury. It is essential to maintain and grow your company.

Automating the Last Mile

The rise of e-commerce platforms and subsequent demise of several well-known retails stores, including Sears, is itself a testament to the disruptive power of technology.

Finding Successful Strategies for the Circular Economy

The circular economy has dominated more than just the sustainability narrative over the past year, with plastic taking the bulk of the scrutiny due to waste accumulation and ocean plastics. 

The Future of Threads

The apparel industry is a large market with a diverse supply chain and multiple stakeholders. However, there are increasing demands for sustainable products, differentiation, functional clothing, and cleaner manufacturing. 

Innovating Healthcare: Surprising Business Opportunities in a Rapidly Aging Global Population

Virtually every country in the world is experiencing growth in the number and proportion of older persons in its population. Beyond health concerns, a longer life also brings opportunities for healthy aging.

Home Energy Management: Opening the Door to Deliver on the Smart Home Promise

For years we have been told that the connected home of the future will deliver greater levels of security, comfort, convenience, and energy efficiency. However, the lack of intelligence that the current 'smart home' actually delivers is disappointing.

The Mass Market EV: Just How Close Are We?

With the launch of the Chevy Bolt and Tesla Model 3 almost three years ago, we were promised the age of the mass market battery electric vehicle (BEV) had arrived. 

Driving Value Through Bioinformatics

Bioinformatics, the digital tool for omics technologies, has long been relegated to the dark corners of R&D departments. That perception is changing. 

Decarbonizing the Global Energy Trade

As renewable energy generation grows to meet decarbonization goals, so do concerns about overgeneration and curtailment. Hydrogen is increasingly seen as means to reduce curtailment by shuttling energy that would otherwise be wasted on the grid to other sectors like industry and transportation – a practice called sector coupling.