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Two University of Chicago researchers are looking to address the threat of deaths caused by antibiotic resistance. And they’re asking the crowd for help.
Managing a large community of users is no easy endeavor -- just ask a community manager at any crowd-powered company. Local Motors, a co-creation firm, is seeing whether it can apply the lessons learned in its crowdsourcing field to crowdfunding by launching a campaign to fund a motorized bike.
Before Amazon's flying delivery drones captured the internet's collective attention, a flying machine of another sort went viral on Kickstarter. We feature PowerUp 3.0, a smartphone-controlled paper airplane module, which is well on its way to breaking the $1 million mark.
Crowdfunding consultant Rose Spinelli discusses crowdfunding campaigns for veterans: a seemingly great way to give back before the holidays that (for the most part) hasn't taken off. Spinelli writes in to discuss the "Golden Circle," a concept developed by Simon Sinek that can help put the military-related campaigns on a path to victory.