Entries in Innovation Hub by Marc Filippino

What do we know about our ancestors? Adam Rutherford says if we look hard enough, we can unpack human history through genetics. Read More...

Computer programming, energy storage, and casual conversations all have often-unnoticed ripple effects. This week, we dig deeper into some of the aspects of our lives that people rarely give a second thought. Read More...

People are paying attention to clean energy these days. But is the field sustainable as a business model? Read More...

This week, we’re gearing up for the holidays with some serious shopping, a little chocolate... and a trip to Levittown, New York, where the modern suburb was born. Read More...

After World War II, many American GIs wanted to settle down and start families. Businessman Bill Levitt saw a huge business opportunity and helped create a new vision of suburbia. Read More...

Everyone has their eye on the latest iPhone. But would we be happier if we spent our money on things that saved us time? Harvard Business School’s Ashley Whillans has the answer. Read More...

What role should charter schools play in American education? We speak with two education experts about how charters came to be, and what lies in store for them. Read More...

We look at how charter schools are impacting American education, whether perfection is actually an attainable goal, and the pros and cons of merit-based immigration. That’s all on this week’s Innovation Hub. 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 look at how evangelicals changed American politics, why an online troll lives in all of us, and the history and lasting impact of gerrymandered elections. That’s all on this week’s Innovation Hub. Read More...

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