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The Barrow Innovation Center Case Series: A novel 3D-printed retractor for use with electromagnetic neuronavigation systems.

The Barrow Innovation Center consists of an educational program that promotes interdisciplinary collaboration among neurosurgery, legal, and engineering professionals to foster the development of new medical devices. This report describes a common issue faced during the placement of ventricular shunts for the treatment of hydrocephalus, and the solution to this problem that was developed through the Barrow Innovation Center.


The Barrow Innovation Center case series: Early clinical experience with a novel surgical instrument used to prevent intraoperative spinal cord injuries.

The Barrow Innovation Center comprises an educational program in medical innovation that enables residents to identify problems in patient care and to rapidly develop and implement solutions to these problems. Residents involved in this program noted an elevated risk of iatrogenic spinal cord injury during posterior cervical and thoracic procedures. The objective of this study was to describe this complication and a novel solution developed through a new innovation training program.

The Cambridge Social History of Modern Ireland : Edited by E.F. Biagini and M.E. Daly, Cambridge, United Kingdom and New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2017.


Effect of innovation capacity, production capacity and vertical specialization on innovation performance in China's electronic manufacturing: Analysis from the supply and demand sides.

Manufacturing in China has developed rapidly with the widening and deepening of globalization, but only innovation can industry keep upgrading and enhancing its international competitiveness. This paper combines Global Value Chains (GVCs) and National Value Chains (NVCs) in a unified theory framework, uses Structural Decomposition Analysis (SDA) to explore how innovation capacity, production capacity, and vertical specialization affect innovation performance from the supply and demand sides by examining the...

Designing and testing an educational innovation.

Technology provides an opportunity to develop innovations to improve the way we teach. Developing educational innovations must be approached in a methodical and thorough manner to identify the educational gap and validate the innovation's success in filling the gap. A successful educational innovation requires a stepwise approach that includes needs assessment, design of intervention, testing and analysis, evaluation of intervention, and determination of learning retention.

Review of Steve Stewart-Williams's The Ape That Understood the Universe: How the Mind and Culture Evolve : (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018).

In this issue - Innovation to build learning health systems.

Addressing the paradox of the team innovation process: A review and practical considerations.

Facilitating team innovation is paramount to promoting progress in the science, technology, engineering, and math fields, as well as advancing national health, safety, prosperity, and welfare. However, innovation teams face a unique set of challenges due to the novelty and uncertainty that is core to the definition of innovation, as well as the paradoxical nature of idea generation and idea implementation processes. These and other challenges must be overcome for innovation teams to realize their full poten...

DENIS NOBLE, Dance to the Tune of Life-Biological Relativity, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, December 2016, 302 pp., £ 17.99.

Creating Value through Incremental Innovation: Managing Culture, Structure, and Process.

While the looming threat of large-scale disruptive innovation consumes disproportionate attention, incremental innovation remains an important tool for preserving and growing radiology practices within a dynamic marketplace. Incremental innovation, defined as the process of making improvements or additions to an organization while maintaining the organization's core product or service model, is accessible to practices of all sizes and must not be overlooked if practices are to maintain their competitive adv...

Publisher Correction: The C-terminal tails of endogenous GluA1 and GluA2 differentially contribute to hippocampal synaptic plasticity and learning.

In the version of this article initially published, the wrong version of Supplementary Fig. 10 was posted and the city for affiliation 4, the Co-innovation Center of Neuroregeneration, Nantong University, was given as Nanjing instead of Nantong. The errors have been corrected in the HTML and PDF versions of the article.

Effects of multi-stakeholder platforms on multi-stakeholder innovation networks: Implications for research for development interventions targeting innovations at scale.

Multi-stakeholder platforms (MSPs) have been playing an increasing role in interventions aiming to generate and scale innovations in agricultural systems. However, the contribution of MSPs in achieving innovations and scaling has been varied, and many factors have been reported to be important for their performance. This paper aims to provide evidence on the contribution of MSPs to innovation and scaling by focusing on three developing country cases in Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Rwanda. Thro...

MACCABI HEALTHCARE SERVICES - INNOVATION AS A WAY OF LIFE.

This issue of "Harefuah" is dedicated to major milestones of research and innovation achieved by clinicians and researchers at Maccabi Healthcare Services, insuring 2.5 million Israelis.

A Milestone: Therapeutic Innovation & Regulatory Science Has Been Accepted for Inclusion in MEDLINE.

Igniting Innovation in Healthcare: A Novel Collaborative Multidisciplinary Approach in a PICU.

Generating innovation in the healthcare setting faces a number of challenges when compared with industry counterparts. More than ever, innovation occupies a critical element for healthcare organizations aspiring toward clinical, research and strategic excellence, although it may not exist as a priority due to a number of barriers. There are several strategies in other industries from which healthcare organizations can borrow, such as using nontraditional methods of problem solving, group ideation, and cross...

A novel allele for inducible Cre expression in germinal center B cells.

The germinal center reaction is essential for efficient humoral immunity, but it can also give rise to B cell lymphomas. Cre/loxP-mediated conditional gene knock-out or knock-in can be used for the genetic manipulation of germinal center B cells in vivo. Here we present a novel allele, Cγ1-CreERT2, that allows for timed activation of Cre recombinase in a small fraction of germinal center B cells. This allele will be useful to study normal and malignant germinal center B cell development in vivo. This artic...

The effect of innovation on CO emissions of OCED countries from 1990 to 2014.

Human activities are accelerating CO emissions all over the world most especially in high-income nations, spurring the rise in greenhouse gas emissions. For decades, technologies have been developed and patented in response to the environmental problems. There is an outcry for innovative ways to combat the environmental menace. This attests to the enormity of research being done, in recent years, to investigate how innovation can help mitigate CO emissions. This research aims at investigating into the effec...

Evaluation of Medicare's Bundled Payments Initiative for Medical Conditions.

The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) launched the Bundled Payments for Care Improvement (BPCI) initiative in 2013. A subsequent study showed that the initiative was associated with reductions in Medicare payments for total joint replacement, but little is known about the effect of BPCI on medical conditions.

Who adopts a patient portal?: An application of the diffusion of innovation model.

Patient portals have emerged as an important tool through which patients can access online health information and engage in their health care. However, we know little about how patients perceive portals and whether patient perceptions might influence portal adoption.

Definitions of event magnitudes, spatial scales, and goals for climate change adaptation and their importance for innovation and implementation.

We examine how core professional and institutional actors in the innovation system conceptualize climate change adaptation in regards to pluvial flooding-and how this influences innovation. We do this through a qualitative case study in Copenhagen with interconnected research rounds, including 32 semi-structured interviews, to strengthen the interpretation and analysis of qualitative data. We find that the term "climate change adaptation" currently has no clearly agreed definition in Copenhagen; instead, di...

The Barrow Innovation Center case series: Early clinical experience with novel, low-cost techniques for bone graft containment in the posterolateral fusion bed.

A frequently encountered problem during posterolateral fusion (PLF) is bone graft displacement from the posterolateral space during closure. There are a number of commercially available solutions to this problem, but they are seldom used because of their exceptionally high cost. The purpose of this report is to describe 3 novel, low-cost techniques we developed for bone graft containment during PLF.

Calorimetric Dark Matter Detection with Galactic Center Gas Clouds.

We demonstrate that dark matter heating of gas clouds, hundreds of parsecs from the Milky Way Galactic Center, provides a powerful new test of dark matter interactions. To illustrate, we set a new bound on nucleon scattering for 10-100 MeV mass dark matter. We also constrain millicharged dark matter models, including those proposed to match the recent EDGES 21 cm absorption anomaly. For Galactic Center gas clouds, the Galactic fields' magnetic deflection of electromagnetically charged dark matter is miti...

Head and Neck Cancer in World Trade Center Responders: A Case Series.

To report on cases of head and neck cancer (HNC) among World Trade Center (WTC) responders participating in the WTC Health Program and seen at Rutgers WTC Center of Clinical Excellence.

Real-time Imaging Revealed Exoelectrogens from Wastewater Are Selected at the Center of Gradient Electric Field.

Exoelectrogens acclimated from the environment are the key of energy recovery from waste in bioelectrochemical systems. However, it is still unknown how these bacteria were selectively enriched on the electrode. Here we confirmed for the first time that the electric field (EF) intensity selected exoelectrogens from wastewater using an integrated Electro-visual system with gradient EF. Under operating conditions (I = 3×10-3A), the EF intensity on the working electrode ranged from 6.00 V/cm in the center to ...

Innovation contest: Effect of perceived support for learning on participation.

Frontline staff are well positioned to conceive improvement opportunities based on first-hand knowledge of what works and does not work. The innovation contest may be a relevant and useful vehicle to elicit staff ideas. However, the success of the contest likely depends on perceived organizational support for learning; when staff believe that support for learning-oriented culture, practices, and leadership is low, they may be less willing or able to share ideas.


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