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Trend Knowledge and Purpose

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  • Summer 2017
  • Trend Knowledge and Purpose
  • Inventing the Future
  • Crunch: The Revolution Is Digital
  • Foreward: How to Invent the Future
  • The Internet of Things
  • Yield of Dreams
  • Environmental Crime
  • Five Questions: Inventing Public Health Research
  • Bill Gates with the Final Word
  • Can Public Policy Be Inventive?
  • Your Next Co-Worker May Be a Robot
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Trend Knowledge and Purpose

In this edition of Trend, we explore the theme of putting knowledge to purpose, looking at the many aspects of invention today. From engineering to public policy to the internet, human ingenuity constantly changes how we analyze risk, prevent and treat disease, find information, travel, steward our resources, and govern ourselves.

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