Entries in Innovation Hub by Marc Filippino

There are a lot of ideas about how the U.S. should help other countries. One former Wall Street executive is using rugs to empower Afghan women. Read More...

The fight for corporate rights didn’t start with the Supreme Court case Citizens United. In fact, corporations have been fighting for civil rights for 200 years. Read More...

From Monopoly’s anti-capitalist roots to Twister’s place in the sexual revolution of the 1960s, board games have mirrored the societal values of the day. We explore why. Read More...

This week on Innovation Hub, we take a look at broken systems, the connection between music and memory, and how the wealthy view money. Read More...

It pumps us up when we’re at the gym, we dance to it at weddings, and we sing along with it at concerts. But can music help us connect to positive memories when we hit old age? Read More...

This week, we answer some questions: Do voters actually influence politicians? Does neuroscience shape our legal system? And why do we confuse pleasure and happiness? We find out on Innovation Hub. Read More...

We don’t influence politicians as much as we think we do. Often, it’s politicians who call the shots. Read More...

We’ve been studying how the brain affects crime for decades. But today’s legal system is seeing a different side to neuroscience and the law. Read More...

Dotting your i’s and crossing your t’s is one thing. But mathematician Eugenia Cheng says obsessing over perfection leads to a lot of wasted effort. Read More...

We take a look at college rankings, the rising global population, and the inner workings of Big Pharma. That’s all this week on Innovation Hub. Read More...

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