Posts Tagged ‘science’

Pinboard bookmarks for April 5th

Pinboard links for April 5th, syndicated automagically: Ludger Hovestadt – DigitalSTROM for Cities – why smart homes are not fit for mass market smart installations are 400% more expensive than conventional ones additional cabling complicates reconstruction 75% of the investment are labor costs high maintenance costs 1 node costs about 3W = 26 KWh/a = […]

Business Model Innovation: Seizing the white space

Video via Erwin Fielt Seizing the white space and the importance of business model innovation, earmarked one more time after downloading (while not yet reading) a range of articles from a – freely available – special issue of Long Range Planning on business model innovation. Patrick is not exactly happy about academic practices et al.: […]

Spring School in Complexity Science

Note to myself: lots of video lectures and accompanying powerpoints at the Spring School in Complexity Science These new courses (designed in conjunction with our new MSc Complexity Science) are designed for postgraduate students (perhaps early in their PhD studies or on masters courses) and industrial employees wishing to learn about the principles and challenges […]

When invention turns to innovation

BBC article … nothing great, the misc. gems are noted hereafter … it caught my attention because of its provoking headline … that was chosen for catchiness’ sake … luring the unsuspecting reader … It is unlikely that future technological inventions are going to transform the world in the way that they done before now. […]