Entries in Innovation Hub by Chloe Lemmel-Hay

Being busy is a way of life for many Americans. To-do lists and calendars dominate our lives. But all that scheduling might actually make us less productive. Read More...

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From watching the Food Network to ordering takeout, it’s easier to let other people prepare a meal than to do it ourselves. We dig into the American obsession with food, this week on Innovation Hub. Read More...

This week on Innovation Hub, we explore the consequences of relationships—how friendship affects our brain chemistry, how politicians interact with businesses, and how precision connected the world. Read More...

Big business is good for employees and good for the environment. That’s not a marketing ploy— it’s what the data says. Read More...

Precision engineering makes the modern world go round. We talk to author Simon Winchester about why that wasn’t always the case. Read More...

This week on Innovation Hub, we rely on numbers to tell us who we are, where we belong, and how we’re doing in life. The data isn’t always as objective as it seems. Read More...

Boomers were greedy. GenX was full of slackers. Millennials are lazy. Maybe the whole idea of generations is the problem, not the people in them. Read More...

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