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{{group.Text}} Creators: From the Heart"How I repaired my own heart." skiving for greater productivity Creators: Cane Creek Bikes"Good ideas should win." Cutting ActionNew thinner CoroCut QD provides great improvements in parting off. Creators: Creating InvoMilling



Biofuels are taking off/SiteCollectionImages/stories/Inspiration/INS_Biofuels.jpg are taking offThe clock is ticking for mass-scale production.From oilseeds to cow manure, the possible sources of biofuels are numerous. Still, converting the world’s transport network to run on renewable energy faces some difficult challenges. Inspiration
Taking batteries to that next step/SiteCollectionImages/stories/Innovation/INN_GrapheneBattery.jpg batteries to that next stepGraphene may well change our concept of batteries.Graphene shows great promise in the world of batteries, but hurdles such as cost mean that most commercial uses are still years away. Innovation
A concept for connecting rods/SiteCollectionImages/stories/Technology/Tech_Conrods_01.jpg concept for connecting rodsInnovative boring, drilling and tapping tools support manufacturing of connecting rods.Optimized tools and tool paths enable higher cutting data and faster production of connecting rods. CoroBore;Coromant CaptoTechnology
The Creators: From the Heart/SiteCollectionImages/stories/Innovation/INN_The Heart_TalGolesworthy.jpg Creators: From the Heart"How I repaired my own heart."Nothing can stop a creative mind, not even a bad heart. Tal Golesworthy took the one in a hundred chance – and succeeded. MedicalInnovation
The strength of a Titan/SiteCollectionImages/stories/Innovation/INN_Titan_01.jpg strength of a TitanStudents create an exoskeleton arm for heavy lifting.A streamlined device from a team of engineering students can provide extraordinary arm strength as well as helpful data on body movement for physical therapists. MedicalInnovationUnited States
Back in the saddle/SiteCollectionImages/stories/Innovation/INN_backinsaddle_01.jpg in the saddleMonster Mike Schultz built his own knee and got back on track.The ill-fated day when Mike Schultz lost his leg in a snocross competition changed his life forever. What he didn’t know was that he would be able to turn the tragedy into an opportunity. MedicalInnovationUnited States

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