Examples of innovation in a Sentence
She is responsible for many innovations in her field.
the latest innovation in computer technology
Through technology and innovation, they found ways to get better results with less work.
the rapid pace of technological innovation
Recent Examples of innovation from the Web
The key innovation is the policy Gibson implemented Jan. 3 — not charging to adopt dogs weighing more than 40 pounds and giving away cats older than 6 months.
The study concludes coal usage would almost disappear, but innovation in clean energy sources would slow considerably, which also raises the cost of complying with the commitments.
As Wal-Mart prepares to show off some of its innovations this week before its shareholder meeting, there are signs that things are starting to click.
The travel ban has consequences for San Diego — for our families, our border economy and our innovation and technology sectors.
Bloomberg TV Canada talks to Apple co-founder and tech legend Steve Wozniak about the next big breakthroughs in Silicon Valley, the most promising moonshots and his impressions of Canadian innovation.
Eufaula and Athens were among the first school districts to offer virtual education to students living outside of their school district through flexibility, or innovation, waivers granted by the state department of education in 2015.
Among the innovations was a system that sprays ammonia into a vehicle’s exhaust system to remove nitric oxide, one of the most harmful pollutants in diesel exhaust.
There’s a running tension is hip-hop between authenticity, and innovation.
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What is the difference between innovation and invention?
Invention can refer to a type of musical composition, a falsehood, a discovery, or any product of the imagination. The sense of invention most likely to be confused with innovation is “a device, contrivance, or process originated after study and experiment,” usually something which has not previously been in existence.
Innovation, for its part, can refer to something new or to a change made to an existing product, idea, or field. One might say that the first telephone was an invention, the first cellular telephone either an invention or an innovation, and the first smartphone an innovation.
First Known Use of innovation
INNOVATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of innovation for English Language Learners
: a new idea, device, or method
: the act or process of introducing new ideas, devices, or methods
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