If you've been to Transform, you might associate it with inspiring speakers, impressive design, the latest technology, and transformative thinking. It's pretty cool, as far[...]

By In the Loop • September 11, 2014

When you think about entrepreneurs and breakthrough inventions, you might imagine someone tinkering with a gadget (perhaps a doohickey or thingamajig) in a garage. You[...]

By In the Loop • July 22, 2014

The opening ceremony was like a mini-Olympics. Teams of youngsters from more than 40 states and 15 countries carried their respective flags as they entered[...]

By In the Loop • June 12, 2014

It’s that time of year again when our winter dietary transgressions come back to haunt us: swimsuit season. But beyond the obvious cosmetic concerns, an[...]

By In the Loop • June 5, 2014

"You may entrust your doctor with your life. But is it OK to 'friend,' tweet or text him or her?" That's the question US News[...]

By In the Loop • May 27, 2014

We don't know what you were doing at age 14, but if you're like us, you probably weren’t trying to solve the world's disease-detection problems.[...]

By Elizabeth Harty • May 6, 2014

Where can you enjoy smoky broccoli frittata in a Participation Kitchen, work in some hot yoga, look inside yourself in a Presence Room, learn resiliency[...]

By • May 1, 2014

It's been more than a week now since our friends in Mayo Clinic Global Business Solutions and Silicon Valley-based The Social+Capital Partnership launched a new[...]

By • April 29, 2014

Had Jezzabella Snow been born a few years earlier, her life might be very different. Her mother, Jamie Snow, tells the Mankato Free Press that[...]

By Elizabeth Harty • April 15, 2014

Over the past few years, the idea of 3-D printing real-world objects has gotten a fair bit of attention. And it holds promise for churning[...]

By Elizabeth Harty • April 10, 2014