often said that we know less about the bottom of our oceans than we do
the surface of the moon. Sayings such as that typically refer to the...
0 replies - 422 views - 03/03/14 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
has boomed in the last 18 months, with NESTA revealing around 300
crowdfunding sites operating in the UK alone. These sites have begun to...
0 replies - 377 views - 02/15/14 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
Earlier this week I sat on a panel at the Open Innovation Summit
at the Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst facility for a discussion around
crowdsourcing in the...
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attacks are, one would imagine, seldom a nice thing. Thankfully they
don’t happen all that often off of the coast of Britain, but warmer...
0 replies - 436 views - 01/29/14 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
wrote yesterday about the rising use of games for delivering social
good, be that via increased awareness or via improving scientific...
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as a concept has exploded over the past few years, with an ever
expanding range of applications of game technologies and philosophies. ...
0 replies - 620 views - 10/28/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
in customers, and indeed non customers, to test out potential products
is a pretty well trodden path these days, and with social collaboration...
0 replies - 654 views - 10/11/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
researchers have been prolific users of social media. Most of their
usage has been restricted to dedicated social networks however, with...
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most major companies, and indeed most major economies, seeking to use
innovation as a source of revenue growth, it seems sensible to explore
0 replies - 820 views - 09/03/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
I’ve written before about the growing use of social and collaborative technologies in science. Some new research from the MIT Center for Biomedical...
0 replies - 715 views - 09/02/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
I recently looked
at the growing market for video games that help to deliver a social
good, or improve society in someway. One of the more...
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are one of those facets of corporate life that are almost universally
loathed. It’s estimated that 40-50% of an executives time is spent...
0 replies - 764 views - 07/24/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
I’ve written a few times about the use of crowds in healthcare. For instance, a site called CrowdMed are aiming to crowdsource medical...
0 replies - 903 views - 07/19/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
Recent events have me asking if we’re really all that better off with
both our science and our technology. Before you jump on that statement,
0 replies - 468 views - 07/09/13 by Christopher Taylor in Articles
In the past few weeks I've shared a few examples of how science is gradually opening up. We've had the likes of Harvard using crowdsourcing methods in...
0 replies - 545 views - 06/20/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
I wrote earlier this month
about the Harvard Catalyst project, whereby ideas for scientific
research into diabetes was crowdsourced via the Innocentive...
0 replies - 730 views - 06/18/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
A few weeks ago I wrote about a fascinating project
undertaken by Harvard. They wanted to take an innovative approach to
diabetes research, and...
0 replies - 528 views - 06/18/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
Google Optimizer has been a great boon for people wanting smart and
data driven web design. No longer do you have to bow to the whim of the
0 replies - 959 views - 06/10/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
Whilst it could be argued that crowdfunding a new skyscraper in Colombia is pretty cool, I think it’s fair to say that by far the coolest crowdfunded project...
0 replies - 858 views - 05/31/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
Some interesting social business related links here on topics such as the crowdsourcing of brain research and the sharing economy. Ginni Rometty on the future...
0 replies - 1070 views - 03/12/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles