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by: Institute for the Future,
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in: 13 the future of Healthcare

In the next decade, baby boomers - the 77 million Americans born between 1946 and 1964 - will establish a new concept of health as they age and become America's senior citizens.more....

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in: 01 Nanotechnology

Bottom-up techniques build something from more basic materials. An example would be the building of an engine out of the component parts. In general there is less likely to be wastage with bottom-up approaches, but this is not necessary true.more....

by: Thomas J.P. Thijssen, Fons T.J. Vernooij,
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in: 11 the future of Education & Learning


Many educational institutes and their staff, struggle with the issue of capturing the market of lifelong learning, whilst continuing to offer traditional courses. Whereas traditional courses are more or less fixed in curricula and cover certain topics in a planned period of time, lifelong learning requires agreements between teachers and students on specific topics related to competencies acquired before.
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in: 17 the future of Developing Countries

As part of the Building Digital Opportunities (BDO) programme, OneWorld has conducted case studies to help give decision makers a clear understanding of how civil society is actually using information and communications technologies, and what the impact is.more....

by: Prof Ir Kas Oosterhuis,
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in: 14 the future of Architecture

Programmable architecture is the new paradigm for the first decade of the 21st century: A complete new paradigm for architecture is constructed here: architecture can no longer be solid as a rock, architecture can no longer be regarded as a static endproduct. Materials become programmable, materials become unpredictable as the weather. Materials start to behave as a swarm of birds continuously calculating their positions in relation to the others and continuously adjusting their courses accordingly. Architecture will be the art of building and navigating through data-driven constructs, atmospheres and materials. And this will dramatically change one's perception of buildings and of environments in general. more....

by: Evalueserve, Greenfield Online,
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in: 48 India

Evalueserve and Greenfield Online conducted a survey among 100 top Indian executives to understand their opinions on the recent mergers and acquisitions (“M&A”) by Indian organizations. Aimed at senior finance and strategy executives and M&A analysts, the survey results throw up some interesting insights.more....


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by: Rohit Talwar, CEO, Fast Future,
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in: Asia

The Asian Development Bank has forecast that China could be the world’s largest economy as early as 2025. Given an event horizon of less than 20 years, how should we be responding? more....

by: Isabelle Attané, INED,
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in: Asia

Though the population of China has almost doubled since the 1960s and now exceeds 1.3 billion, it is no longer perceived as a threat. China has undergone profound demographic upheaval over the last forty years and its turbulent history is reflected in a population pyramid that illustrates the new challenges facing the country: the prospect of an ageing population and a shortage of young girls.more....

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