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The Top 10 Science People of 2013 by "Nature"

The Top 10 Science People of 2013 by "Nature" | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
Ten people who mattered this year.
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Complementing the scoop which I shared on December 25 " Los grandes avances de la ciencia en el 2013", here sent you a more detailed article on the contributions of the 10 Top people according the journal Nature: Feng Zhang: DNA’s master editor | Tania Simoncelli: Gene patent foe | Deborah Persaud: Viral victor | Michel Mayor: In search of sister Earths | Naderev Saño: Climate conscience | Viktor Grokhovsky: Meteorite hunter | Hualan Chen: Front-line flu sleuth | Shoukhrat Mitalipov: The cloning chief | Kathryn Clancy: An eye on harassment | Henry Snaith: Sun worshipper.

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Zuck says augmented reality will flourish on phones before glasses

Zuck says augmented reality will flourish on phones before glasses | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it

"Snapchat selfie lenses and Pokemon Go, not Magic Leap and HoloLens. Smartphones are how Mark Zuckerberg sees augmented reality going mainstream, rather than potentially awkward headsets and glasses. That’s an important clue to how Facebook will adapt to this next computing platform."

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Innovation and Placemaking: The State of the Movement

Innovation and Placemaking: The State of the Movement | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
Innovation does not happen in isolation. It happens as a result of the synergies that are made possible by place: between people, ideas, and opportunities. For much of the 20th century, economic life existed separately from the places in which people lived; it was isolated instead in remote office parks and corporate campuses in areas like Silicon Valley and Boston’s Route 128 Corridor. Today, however, many practitioners are recognizing that the interplay between inventive people and the places they share is what accelerates the exchange of ideas, resources, and talent—the very process that fuels innovation.
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