Virgin Galactic showed off models of WhiteKnightTwo and SpaceShipTwo.
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Bees are known to have great vision and now scientists have created a system that mimics what a honeybee sees. The system could be applied to flying vehicles like drones and robots.
Can Starbucks employ lean manufacturing techniques used by fast-food rivals without becoming a fast-food joint itself? Starbucks is trying to deploy "lean thinking" used in Toyota's production system. There are even Mr. Potato Head assembly drills.
Amazon Go has had a big splash, but now it's time to ponder the big picture and what it means for business, innovation and automation.
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Developed nations spend $1,270 per capita per year to boost research and development and knowledge. But the returns are minimal.
The flight of Blue Origin's New Shepard vehicle reached an altitude of 100.5 kilometers and landed back at its West Texas launch site.
Speaking in Frankfurt, Virgin CEO Richard Branson touted the Carbon War Room group as a way to "remove gigatons of carbon out of industry."
Speaking in Orlando, Al Gore made the business case for sustainability and said that corporations play a key role in carrying the effort forward.
Starbucks released its global responsibility report and noted that its goal to make sure 100 percent of its cups are reusable and recyclable by 2015 has run into a few challenges.