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  • 1. American Innovation: Where it comes from and why it’s important.
  • 2. in·no·va·tion noun / ɪnəәˈveɪʃəәn The creation of better or more effective products, processes, technologies, or ideas that are accepted by markets, governments, and society.
  • 3. in·no·va·tion noun / ɪnəәˈveɪʃəәn A new idea, device, or method.
  • 4. Innovation Timeline American
  • 5. 1890
  • 6. 1890 Tabulating Machine
  • 7. 1890 Tabulating Machine Zipper1891
  • 8. 1890 Tabulating Machine Zipper1891 Tractor1892
  • 9. 1890 Tabulating Machine Zipper1891 Tractor1892 Radio1893
  • 10. 1890 Tabulating Machine Zipper1891 Tractor1892 Radio1893 Mouse Trap1894
  • 11. 1890 Tabulating Machine Zipper1891 Tractor1892 Radio1893 Mouse Trap1894 Volleyball1895
  • 12. 1890 Tabulating Machine Zipper1891 Tractor1892 Radio1893 Mouse Trap1894 Volleyball1895 Cotton Candy1897
  • 13. 1890 Tabulating Machine Zipper1891 Tractor1892 Radio1893 Mouse Trap1894 Volleyball1895 Cotton Candy1897 Assembly Line 1901
  • 14. 1890 Tabulating Machine Zipper1891 Tractor1892 Radio1893 Mouse Trap1894 Volleyball1895 Cotton Candy1897 Assembly Line 1901 Air Conditioning 1902
  • 15. 1903 Airplane
  • 16. 1903 Airplane AC Power Plugs Sockets 1904
  • 17. 1903 Airplane AC Power Plugs Sockets 1904 1905 Outboard Motor
  • 18. 1903 Airplane AC Power Plugs Sockets 1904 1905 Outboard Motor 1912 Fast Food Restaurant
  • 19. 1903 Airplane AC Power Plugs Sockets 1904 1905 Outboard Motor 1912 Fast Food Restaurant 1912 Traffic Light
  • 20. ?Which country only has one traffic light?
  • 21. 1903 Airplane AC Power Plugs Sockets 1904 1905 Outboard Motor 1912 Fast Food Restaurant 1912 Traffic Light 1916 Supermarket
  • 22. 1903 Airplane AC Power Plugs Sockets 1904 1905 Outboard Motor 1912 Fast Food Restaurant 1912 Traffic Light 1916 Supermarket 1916 Light Switch
  • 23. 1903 Airplane AC Power Plugs Sockets 1904 1905 Outboard Motor 1912 Fast Food Restaurant 1912 Traffic Light 1916 Supermarket 1916 Light Switch Bull Dozer1923
  • 24. 1903 Airplane AC Power Plugs Sockets 1904 1905 Outboard Motor 1912 Fast Food Restaurant 1912 Traffic Light 1916 Supermarket 1916 Light Switch Bull Dozer1923 Liquid-fuel Rocket 1923
  • 25. 1903 Airplane AC Power Plugs Sockets 1904 1905 Outboard Motor 1912 Fast Food Restaurant 1912 Traffic Light 1916 Supermarket 1916 Light Switch Bull Dozer1923 Liquid-fuel Rocket 1923 1929 Sunglasses
  • 26. 1931 Electric Guitar
  • 27. 1931 Electric Guitar Franchising1935
  • 28. ?How many McDonalds are there in the world?
  • 29. 32,000+
  • 30. 1931 Electric Guitar Franchising1935 Digital Computer 1937
  • 31. 1931 Electric Guitar Franchising1935 Digital Computer 1937 Xerography1938
  • 32. 1931 Electric Guitar Franchising1935 Digital Computer 1937 Xerography1938 Nylon1938
  • 33. 1931 Electric Guitar Franchising1935 Digital Computer 1937 Xerography1938 Nylon1938 Soft Serve Ice Cream 1938
  • 34. 1931 Electric Guitar Franchising1935 Digital Computer 1937 Xerography1938 Nylon1938 Soft Serve Ice Cream 1938 1938 Scuba Gear
  • 35. ?What does the acronym “SCUBA” stand for?
  • 36. Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus
  • 37. SCUBA
  • 38. 1931 Electric Guitar Franchising1935 Digital Computer 1937 Xerography1938 Nylon1938 Soft Serve Ice Cream 1938 1938 Scuba Gear Microwave Oven 1945
  • 39. 1931 Electric Guitar Franchising1935 Digital Computer 1937 Xerography1938 Nylon1938 Soft Serve Ice Cream 1938 1938 Scuba Gear Microwave Oven 1945 Space Observatory 1946
  • 40. 1931 Electric Guitar Franchising1935 Digital Computer 1937 Xerography1938 Nylon1938 Soft Serve Ice Cream 1938 1938 Scuba Gear Microwave Oven 1945 Space Observatory 1946 Cancer Chemotherapy 1946
  • 41. 1947 Transistor
  • 42. 1947 Transistor 1947 Supersonic Aircraft
  • 43. ?What does “supersonic” mean?
  • 44. Faster than sound.
  • 45. SR-71 Blackbird
  • 46. Top Speed: 2,193 m/h
  • 47. 1947 Transistor 1947 Supersonic Aircraft Cable TV1948
  • 48. 1947 Transistor 1947 Supersonic Aircraft Cable TV1948 1950 Credit Card
  • 49. 1947 Transistor 1947 Supersonic Aircraft Cable TV1948 1950 Credit Card Nuclear Submarine 1955
  • 50. 1947 Transistor 1947 Supersonic Aircraft Cable TV1948 1950 Credit Card Nuclear Submarine 1955 Hard Disk Drive 1955
  • 51. 1947 Transistor 1947 Supersonic Aircraft Cable TV1948 1950 Credit Card Nuclear Submarine 1955 Hard Disk Drive 1955 Industrial Robot 1956
  • 52. 1947 Transistor 1947 Supersonic Aircraft Cable TV1948 1950 Credit Card Nuclear Submarine 1955 Hard Disk Drive 1955 Industrial Robot 1956 Videotape1956
  • 53. 1947 Transistor 1947 Supersonic Aircraft Cable TV1948 1950 Credit Card Nuclear Submarine 1955 Hard Disk Drive 1955 Industrial Robot 1956 Videotape1956 Laser1957
  • 54. ?What does the acronym “LASER” stand for?
  • 55. Light Amplification by of Radiation Stimulated Emission
  • 56. LASER
  • 57. 1947 Transistor 1947 Supersonic Aircraft Cable TV1948 1950 Credit Card Nuclear Submarine 1955 Hard Disk Drive 1955 Industrial Robot 1956 Videotape1956 Laser1957 Carbon Fiber1958
  • 58. 1959 Weather Satellite
  • 59. 1959 Weather Satellite 1962 Light-emitting Diode (LED)
  • 60. 1959 Weather Satellite 1962 Light-emitting Diode (LED) 1962 Computer Mouse
  • 61. 1959 Weather Satellite 1962 Light-emitting Diode (LED) 1962 Computer Mouse Liquid crystal display (LCD) 1964
  • 62. 1959 Weather Satellite 1962 Light-emitting Diode (LED) 1962 Computer Mouse Liquid crystal display (LCD) 1964 1965 Snowboard
  • 63. 1959 Weather Satellite 1962 Light-emitting Diode (LED) 1962 Computer Mouse Liquid crystal display (LCD) 1964 1965 Snowboard Cordless Telephone 1965
  • 64. 1959 Weather Satellite 1962 Light-emitting Diode (LED) 1962 Computer Mouse Liquid crystal display (LCD) 1964 1965 Snowboard Cordless Telephone 1965 Lunar Module 1969
  • 65. 1959 Weather Satellite 1962 Light-emitting Diode (LED) 1962 Computer Mouse Liquid crystal display (LCD) 1964 1965 Snowboard Cordless Telephone 1965 Lunar Module 1969 1969 Laser Printer
  • 66. 1971 Micro Processor
  • 67. 1971 Micro Processor 1971 Personal Computer
  • 68. 1971 Micro Processor 1971 Personal Computer 1971 Email
  • 69. 1971 Micro Processor 1971 Personal Computer 1971 Email GPS1972
  • 70. ?What does the “GPS” stand for?
  • 71. Global Positioning Satellite
  • 72. GPS
  • 73. 1971 Micro Processor 1971 Personal Computer 1971 Email GPS1972 MRI1972
  • 74. ?What does the “MRI” stand for?
  • 75. Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • 76. MRI
  • 77. 1971 Micro Processor 1971 Personal Computer 1971 Email GPS1972 MRI1972 Mobile Phone1973
  • 78. 1971 Micro Processor 1971 Personal Computer 1971 Email GPS1972 MRI1972 Mobile Phone1973 Digital Camera1975
  • 79. 1971 Micro Processor 1971 Personal Computer 1971 Email GPS1972 MRI1972 Mobile Phone1973 Digital Camera1975 1975 Gore-Tex
  • 80. 1971 Micro Processor 1971 Personal Computer 1971 Email GPS1972 MRI1972 Mobile Phone1973 Digital Camera1975 1975 Gore-Tex 1975 Space Shuttle
  • 81. ?Did you know?
  • 82. The Space Shuttle is the most complex machine ever built. It has over 2.5 million parts.
  • 83. 1971 Micro Processor 1971 Personal Computer 1971 Email GPS1972 MRI1972 Mobile Phone1973 Digital Camera1975 1975 Gore-Tex 1981 Space Shuttle Internet1983
  • 84. 1971 Micro Processor 1971 Personal Computer 1971 Email GPS1972 MRI1972 Mobile Phone1973 Digital Camera1975 1975 Gore-Tex 1981 Space Shuttle Internet1983 DNA Computing 1994
  • 85. 1995 JavaScript
  • 86. 1995 JavaScript 1995 Adobe Flash
  • 87. 1995 JavaScript 1995 Adobe Flash Nanowire Battery 2007
  • 88. 1995 JavaScript 1995 Adobe Flash Nanowire Battery 2007 2008 Bionic Contact Lens
  • 89. 1995 JavaScript 1995 Adobe Flash Nanowire Battery 2007 2008 Bionic Contact Lens 2011 Stark Hand
  • 90. 1995 JavaScript 1995 Adobe Flash Nanowire Battery 2007 2008 Bionic Contact Lens 2011 Stark Hand 2011 Medical Mirror MIT Media Lab Medical Mirror http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LyWnvAWEbWE
  • 91. 1995 JavaScript 1995 Adobe Flash Nanowire Battery 2007 2008 Bionic Contact Lens 2011 Stark Hand 2011 Medical Mirror 2012 Google Glass
  • 92. The first step to winning American innovation. the future is encouraging“ ”-President Obama
  • 93. en·cour·age Verb / enˈkərij Give support, confidence, or hope to (someone): "encouraging results"; "I feel encouraged".
  • 94. in·no·va·tion noun / ɪnəәˈveɪʃəәn A new idea, device, or method.
  • 95. How is innovation encouraged in America? Trademarks and Patents#1
  • 96. To promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts, by securing for limited Times to Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right to their respective Writings and Discoveries.
  • 97. To promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts, by securing for limited Times to Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right to their respective Writings and Discoveries.
  • 98. To promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts, by securing for limited Times to Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right to their respective Writings and Discoveries.
  • 99. To promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts, by securing for limited Times to Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right to their respective Writings and Discoveries.
  • 100. How is innovation encouraged in America? Department of Defense#2
  • 101. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
  • 102. DARPA
  • 103. "The amazing thing is, all these things started with fundamental research, they all are at least 30 years old, and every one has led to a billion-dollar industry." -Victor Zue, director of the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at MIT
  • 104. ?Did you know?
  • 105. 3.2 million Largest Organization
  • 106. How is innovation encouraged in America? University Research#3
  • 107. The Nobel Prize is awarded for outstanding contributions in physics, chemistry, literature, peace, physiology or medicine and economics.
  • 108. Reading #1 Math Science #2 Students 15 years old
  • 109. Reading #1 Math Science #2 Students 15 years old #14 #25 #17
  • 110. Yet...
  • 111. Noble Prizes 1 19 326 Total Awarded: 840 12
  • 112. Noble Prizes 1 19 326 Total Awarded: 840 12 21 50 75 76
  • 113. How is innovation encouraged in America? Venture Capital#4
  • 114. Venture Capital is capital invested in a project in which there is a substantial element of risk, typically a new or expanding business.
  • 115. Borrowed $25 million of Venture Capital money.
  • 116. How is innovation encouraged in America? Contests & Prizes#5

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