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Eureka or Serendipity?

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Serendipity.   How trained minds recognize that something is different and, in so doing, solve a problem.  Yes, I know that is not the definition you will find in a dictionary, which claims it means:   the occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way.  Except the concept of serendipity universally occurs in science and technology, and my definition describes how it happens.

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Let us count the ways…

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The year is drawing to a close. Which means most of us are preparing for what we will do in 2017.
Over the next few weeks, I’ll be going over how and what we should be doing (that we can still do) to save money on our taxes. But, today, I am going to ask you to consider a few things to make your 2017 great.

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Some Toys are Way More Than Toys!

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I’ve often spoken and written about innovation- how a novel device, drug, or product builds upon the development and findings of others.  Let’s consider the genesis of one new commercial (actually, a toy) product that will, in my opinion, change healthcare dramatically over the next decade or so.

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