Desperate to find new drugs, some pharmaceutical firms are outsourcing nearly half of their R&D budgets.
Peter Diamandis runs flashy, big-budget technology competitions. He says they create innovation that otherwise wouldn't happen.
To compete in the app economy, the giant telecommunications company is opening up its data to outside software developers.
For expensive manufacturing research on solar panels and 3-D printing, a new push toward shared pilot production facilities.
Adam Draper is part of venture capital's greatest family. Can he find a niche inside Silicon Valley's changing funding scene?
Super-users, hobbyists, and gadget fans are investing in innovations they want, and creating a new generation of entrepreneurs along the way.
The Asian nation has spent billions on R&D and lured technology superstars. So why does it lag in innovation?
The former chief technology officer of Microsoft on why he's backing the nuclear energy startup TerraPower.
The ARPA-E research agency funds R&D that is not advanced enough for the private sector to take on. Now its focus on alternative energy puts it in the political crosshairs.
Venture capital was supposed to be the financial engine of American innovation.
Instead, it’s become a reflection of its own limitations.