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Focusing on science and technology in America

Ensuring America’s science and technology leadership for generations to come The President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) is a presidential-level advisory council of the Nation’s science and technology leaders from the private sector and academic communities who will provide advice about science, technology, and innovation on topics critical to the Nation’s security and economy, and the health

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Journey into the future

A glimpse at the trends impacting our global landscape This year marks the 80th anniversary of HP Inc. and our long history of pioneering innovation. From the original garage to today’s operations in 170 countries, the company’s passion for pushing boundaries, creating new experiences, and making a long-term difference in the world has flourished with intensity. Looking across the four

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The Circular Economy’s impact on manufacturing

One of the most rewarding aspects of HP’s Keep Reinventing credo has been its broad-based application in our own company. Our sustainability efforts are no exception, and it’s exciting to see the innovation that is happening in this area, at HP, and throughout our ecosystem. We continually develop, implement, and scale programs and social investments that transform how people work

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Microfluidics in healthcare: Inkjet technology at microscale

As different as the medical landscape may look from Tokyo to Toledo to Toronto, all regions are grappling with the challenge of mounting healthcare demands and rising costs.  Global healthcare spending is projected to reach $8.7 trillion annually by 2020, reflecting both the expansion of services in developed regions and increased spending in emerging countries.

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Healthcare trends impacting our lives

Today’s rapid pace of innovation is revolutionizing many industries, and healthcare is no exception. Spending in IT in the healthcare sector is predicted to outpace similar spending in other industries. Digital health funding also hit a new high in 2015, reaching nearly $6 billion. An aging population will also drive further innovation in healthcare. By 2060, there will be 98

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