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The man who dreams of mining the moon
Toronto-bred Robert Richards, co-founder and CEO of Moon Express Inc., in his office at the NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, Calif. Mr. Richards is working to make his childhood dreams,...
Read more at The Globe and Mail
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CAPA Leadership Summit. 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Oct. 25. Asian Pacific American Chamber of Commerce. With keynote speaker Joe Grimm, visiting editor in residence, School of Journalism, Michigan State...
Read more at Crain's Detroit Business
Meet the Entrepreneurs at the Forefront of the Sp...
Call it the New Space Age. There's a reignited fervor for all things extraterrestrial, and entrepreneurs are leading the charge. From zero-gravity tourism to satellite and software development, themed...
Read more at Entrpreneur
Asteroid Mining Could Become a Reality in Our Lif...
New frontiers in space exploration There’s gold in them thar skies, or at least some platinum and a substantial amount of water, according to hopeful space prospectors. Over the past several years, a...
Read more at Slate
World Business Forum Provokes Participants to Cha...
The 2014 World Business Forum gathered a unique group of speakers focused on challenging time-honored truths, and forging new paths to growth – dubbed the “PROVOCATEURS". They included former Federal...
Read more at Business Wire
UW-Madison's Yoshihiro Kawaoka recognized for eff...
The University of Wisconsin-Madison's Yoshihiro Kawaoka has been recognized as a 2014 Popular Mechanics Breakthrough Award recipient for his efforts to understand and prevent pandemic influenza. He...
Read more at News-Medical-Net
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Ten years after the X PRIZE
... beautiful weather this morning,” remarked a person standing outside Virgin Galactic’s Final Assembly, Integration, and Test Hangar, or FAITH, at the Mojave Air and Space Port Saturday morning....
Read more at The Space Review
Scaled Composites Marks 10th Anniversary Of Miles...
SpaceShipOne Claimed Ansari XPRIZE October 4, 2004 A decade after winning the Ansari XPRIZE with one of the most innovative vehicles ever flown, the employees of Scaled Composites, a Northrop Grumman...
Read more at The Aero-News Network
STEVEN MAYER: Luminaries celebrate 10th anniversa...
Saturday marked 10 years to the day since Burt Rutan's SpaceShipOne captured the $10 million Ansari X Prize, proving that a non-governmental organization could launch a reusable manned spaceship into...
Read more at The Bakersfield Californian
10 years of XPrizes: Fixing the world one competi...
It's October 4, 2004, exactly 47 years since the launch of Sputnik. Thousands of people crowd around the Mojave Airport early in the morning, squinting into the bright blue sky as an oddly...
Read more at CNET
XPRIZE Creator Peter Diamandis Speaks On Access T...
I had the pleasure of recently speaking with
, the visionary, serial entrepreneur and New York Times bestselling author. He shared his ideas on sustainability and the challenges of...
Read more at Forbes
New York Times
XPRIZE announces Global Learning XPRIZE—$15 milli...
... —XPRIZE chairman
has announced the launch of a new competition—this time to disrupt education so that children living everywhere, including impoverished countries, can use...
Read more at PhysOrg
Kurzweil: Solar Energy Will Be Unlimited And Free...
At present, solar power accounts for a scant 0.23% of US energy consumption, and about 1% of energy consumption worldwide. However, the artificial-intelligence pioneer points out that solar power use...
Read more at Business Insider
New $15 million Global Learning XPRIZE wants to d...
The new $15 million Global Learning XPRIZE hopes to disrupt the world of education through software-based tablet solutions. (Global Learning XPRIZE) The new $15 million Global Learning XPRIZE...
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One Laptop per Child
Solar energy, like cellphones, will prove naysaye...
In the 1980s, leading consultants were skeptical about cellular phones. McKinsey & Company noted that the handsets were heavy, batteries didn’t last long, coverage was patchy, and the cost per minute...
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