Redefining creativity: is tech killing the imagination?

Critics say that technology is compromising our ability to be creative but, if used correctly, it could have the opposite outcome entirely

Creators face an evolving challenge protecting IP

Protecting intellectual property and rewarding the creators of original works is a moving target as online technology continues to evolve

The science behind the magic

Theme parks may seem like whimsical worlds, but there is an exact science to creating them

Myths holding the UK back

Innovation is the key to unlocking business confidence and growth, writes Charles Orton-Jones

Innovating in ever-faster world

The pace of change is quickening as successive technological breakthroughs accelerate innovation, writes Charles Orton-Jones

Taking care of big ideas looks after the bottom line

Protecting innovation to enable a full return on investment is a matter of commercial necessity and professional pride, writes James Dean

Innovation no longer just for techno-boffins

Louise Marston, director of innovation and economic growth at Nesta, says boffins alone can no longer drive economic growth

Combining business and design for strategic innovation

American Express, Burberry, Procter & Gamble, Samsung, GlaxoSmithKline, PepsiCo, Cisco, Aviva, FedEx and scores of other leading global businesses have a secret that is helping them to stay ahead of others. It’s not brilliant acquisitions. It’s not clever marketing. And it’s not a crystal ball that’s allowing chief executives to peer into the future