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We tend to build myths around inventors—putting them on pedestals, thinking of them as romantic geniuses who have flashes of inspiration. But it turns out that invention is less like Archimedes running naked through the streets of Syracuse, shrieking “Eureka!” and more like the labors of Thomas Edison, complete with triumphs and setbacks along the continue reading
Two digital health technologies commercialized through Wake Forest Innovations will be featured at the upcoming CED Tech Venture Conference in Raleigh, N.C., on September 19-20. The HEART Pathway, a digital app that helps health care providers more effectively assess which patients presenting with chest pain can be safely discharged, was developed by Wake Forest School continue reading