András Forgács

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Name: András Forgács
First reported Mar 11 2014 - Updated Mar 11 2014 - 1 reports

Best Short Idea In 2014: Organovo Holdings, Inc.

SummaryONVO's promise of creating "3d bio-printed organs" for humans is a pipe dream decades away, and ONVO has neither the capital nor people necessary to succeed at such a venture. ONVO's 3D bioprinting technology is far too slow and expensive to deliver ... [Published Seeking Alpha - Mar 11 2014]
First reported Mar 11 2014 - Updated Mar 11 2014 - 1 reports

A Bacon-Scented Alarm Clock, 3D-Printed Oreos and Soylent Is Not People (Yet!)

Anyone who thinks this year’s South by Southwest did not have any groundbreaking tech announcements clearly missed the Oscar Mayer bacon scented iPhone alarm attachment.Not to mention the 3D-printing, tweet-activated Oreo-making machine , lab-cultivated ... [Published Recode - Mar 11 2014]
First reported Mar 01 2014 - Updated Mar 01 2014 - 1 reports

Rooster Bio Comes sets up shop in Frederick County

I have been neglecting my duties as the Blog administrator for some time now.  I got too busy working out of town.  About all I have posted about is BioBeers events.  The page with the links to Frederick County Biotech Companies is woefully out of date and ... [Published Frederick County Biotech Community - Mar 01 2014]
First reported Feb 10 2014 - Updated Feb 11 2014 - 1 reports

Solve for X 2014: Celebrating and accelerating moonshot pioneers

Last week, Solve for X gathered 60 entrepreneurs and scientists from around the world to discuss 18 moonshot proposals—world-changing projects that work to address a huge problem, suggest a radical solution and use some form of breakthrough technology ... [Published The Official Google Blog - Feb 10 2014]
First reported Feb 03 2014 - Updated Feb 03 2014 - 2 reports

Sustainable solutions focus for agri forum

Sustainable agriculture initiatives and innovations being planned and deployed across the world will form part of the agenda for the Global Forum for (GFIA) that opened in Abu Dhabi today (February 3).The summit, which runs until February 5 at Abu Dhabi ... [Published Trade Arabia - Feb 03 2014]
First reported Dec 19 2013 - Updated Dec 19 2013 - 1 reports

2013: The Year in Ideas

Cleaning up house after a year of sharing ideas — here are 15 themes that ran through talks in 2013. Photo: James Duncan Davidson In 2013, TED published more than 250 talks, each with an idea worth spreading. And yet, certain ideas seemed to resonate ... [Published TED Blog - Dec 19 2013]
First reported Nov 18 2013 - Updated Nov 18 2013 - 1 reports

Can Artificial Meat Save The World?

The Meat Lab Brian KlutchOn an ordinary spring morning in Columbia, Missouri, Ethan Brown stands in the middle of an ordinary kitchen tearing apart a chicken fajita strip. “Look at this,” he says. “It’s amazing!” Around him, a handful of stout Midwestern ... [Published Popular Science - Nov 18 2013]
First reported Oct 22 2013 - Updated Oct 22 2013 - 1 reports

TED News in Brief: Chip Kidd writes a design book for kids, Young-ha Kim on spirituality in South Korea

Chip Kidd, who spoke about book cover design at TED2012, has written a children’s design manual. Photo: James Duncan Davidson Over the past week, we’ve noticed a lot of TED-related news items in the ether. Here, some highlights: Chip Kidd ( watch ... [Published TED Blog - Oct 22 2013]

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Best Short Idea In 2014: Organovo Holdings, Inc. [Published Seeking Alpha - Mar 11 2014]
A Bacon-Scented Alarm Clock, 3D-Printed Oreos a... [Published Recode - Mar 11 2014]
Rooster Bio Comes sets up shop in Frederick County [Published Frederick County Biotech Community - Mar 01 2014]
Solve for X 2014: Celebrating and accelerating ... [Published The Official Google Blog - Feb 10 2014]
Sustainable solutions focus for agri forum [Published Trade Arabia - Feb 03 2014]
Global agri forum opens in Abu Dhabi [Published Trade Arabia - Feb 03 2014]
2013: The Year in Ideas [Published TED Blog - Dec 19 2013]
Can Artificial Meat Save The World? [Published Popular Science - Nov 18 2013]
TED News in Brief: Chip Kidd writes a design bo... [Published TED Blog - Oct 22 2013]
See It Here First: Real Leather, No Cow Needed [Published PETA - Oct 11 2013]
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Rooster Bio Comes sets up shop in Frederick County [Published Frederick County Biotech Community - Mar 01 2014]
I have been neglecting my duties as the Blog administrator for some time now.  I got too busy working out of town.  About all I have posted about is BioBeers events.  The page with the links to Frederick County Biotech Companies is woefully out of date and ...
Solve for X 2014: Celebrating and accelerating ... [Published The Official Google Blog - Feb 10 2014]
Last week, Solve for X gathered 60 entrepreneurs and scientists from around the world to discuss 18 moonshot proposals—world-changing projects that work to address a huge problem, suggest a radical solution and use some form of breakthrough technology ...
2013: The Year in Ideas [Published TED Blog - Dec 19 2013]
Cleaning up house after a year of sharing ideas — here are 15 themes that ran through talks in 2013. Photo: James Duncan Davidson In 2013, TED published more than 250 talks, each with an idea worth spreading. And yet, certain ideas seemed to resonate ...
TED News in Brief: Chip Kidd writes a design bo... [Published TED Blog - Oct 22 2013]
Chip Kidd, who spoke about book cover design at TED2012, has written a children’s design manual. Photo: James Duncan Davidson Over the past week, we’ve noticed a lot of TED-related news items in the ether. Here, some highlights: Chip Kidd ( watch ...
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