A Look Back at Innovation Daily

Innovation Daily

Each day, Innovation Daily checks the pulse of global innovation--courtesy of Innovation America. Below, we take a look at a handful of relevant stories compiled from the last week.

  • The Quiet Digitization of American Health Care
    Venture Beat / Health
    Since the beginning of the digital information age, American health care has been a decade or more behind the rest of the economy.
  • Biotech Startup Turns to Crowdfunding
    SF Gate
    When Exogen Biotechnology needed to raise money, the startup turned not to venture capitalists but to crowdfunding site Indiegogo. In just 10 days this year, nearly 300 donors from all over the world chipped in $50,000.
  • Silicon Valley Bank and MasterCard Introduce a Commerce Accelerator Program for Startups
    Silicon Valley Bank, financial partner to the global innovation economy, and MasterCard introduce Commerce.Innovated., a customized commerce accelerator program that will help a select group of commerce focused startups access operational and technology expertise to effectively advance their go-to-market commerce platforms.
  • Shark Tank's Daymond John on Black Business & Entrepreneurship
    The Root
    When wide-eyed business owners walk down the corridor of the hit TV show Shark Tank, there is only one investor they will stand before who created a $6 billion enterprise that gave birth to a new wave of black entrepreneurs: Daymond John.
  • 10 Crazy Things 3D Printers Can Make Today
    Read Write Web

    It’s been over 30 years since Chuck Hull invented the first 3D printer in 1983. Ever since then, the idea of machine-printing objects from scratch has gone from fiction to reality, opening up new opportunities for every field from science to art.
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