What if "technology push" really worked?
The idea of building novel products and technologies ahead of market demand - otherwise known as "tech push" - has been heavily criticized by strategy thought leaders, for many good reasons. And yet, it is still a critical part of how we innovate. What if there was a better way?
July 18, 2022
Bioprinting and the path to end organ transplant waiting lists
In Aperture's second featured problem we explore a few of the technical challenges holding back bioprinting from addressing organ shortages across the globe. If solved, thousands of lives could be saved every year.
May 11, 2022
How our laundry is polluting the oceans - and what we can do about it
The first in our series of "featured problems". An important issue in need of further awareness, deeper understanding, and innovative solutions.
April 27, 2022
New Release: Aperture Gen 2 Dataset
One of Aperture's most powerful and unique assets – our global database of problems and unmet market needs – is getting several major updates over the next few weeks. These exciting updates are the result of months of incredibly hard work from our technical team.
April 13, 2022
Brainstorming needs a problem
Brainstorming is a popular way to generate new ideas and most R&D practitioners have participated in dozens of such sessions. It's a great way to quickly surface lots of ideas. Unfortunately, it all-too-often fails to produce GOOD ideas.
March 5, 2022
All Life is Problem Solving
Karl Popper, the celebrated Austro-English philosopher of science has famously said, “all life is problem solving.”
January 14, 2022
Aperture won an innovation award at the recent TechConnect World Expo in Washington D.C.
December 4, 2021