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Robert Fabricant works with a global team of strategists, interaction designers, industrial designers, technologists and design researchers. He is charged
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We’re honored to announce that Steelcase Health has earned a fifth prestigious Nightingale Award in six years, this time for
The discussion surrounding the TEDMED Great Challenge – Achieving Medical Innovation is currently underway. It focuses on what medical innovations
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