Thomson Reuters Top 100 Global Innovators program recognizes the 100 most innovative companies in the world, according to a series of patent-related metrics that get to the essence of what it means to be truly innovative.
MIT Technology Review magazine has announced this year’s TR35, its annual list of 35 men and women under the age of 35 whose inventions and research the magazine’s editors find most exciting.
MIT Technology Review magazine published its second annual list of the world’s most innovative technology companies highlighting businesses whose work is changing industries and lives. The list includes six topics: Energy, Transportation, Computing and communications, Web and digital media, Materials, and Biomedicine.
Every year, the editors of MIT’s Technology Review magazine lauds 35 innovators under the age of 35 whose inventions and research they find most exciting. Their work–spanning medicine, communications, computing, electronics, nanotechnology, and more–is changing our world.
According to this latest report, published by the “The science coalition”, when public money is invested in university-based basic research there is tremendous return on investment. Research creates jobs directly for those involved and indirectly for many others, through innovations that lead to new technologies, new industries and new companies.
For the first time since Bloomberg BusinessWeek began its annual Most Innovative Companies ranking in 2005, the majority of corporations in the Top 25 are based outside the U.S. The reason: the new global leaders coming out of Asia.
The March issue of Fast Company presents the magazine’s list of the World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies for 2010. The list is compiled based on expert opinion, data, reports, interviews and debate. More importantly, the list gives “a snapshot of creativity at work in the global market place.”