I watched a fascinating TV show recently about the future of innovation. Called “20 under 20: Transforming Tomorrow,” the CNBC special showcased the ideas of students under the age of 20 who are seeking to change the world by stomping out poverty, curing diseases and rethinking energy consumption. The students were competing for a Thiel Fellowship, which grants $100,000 per project and two years to work independently on the venture. The brainchild of Peter Thiel, co-founder of ...
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