Learn how you can use AI-based methods and advanced analytics to discover unmet needs for your technologies or products.
Our first customer at Mergeflow was a very accomplished science entrepreneur. Learn the methods he used to beat “not invented here” syndrome in his organization.
How you can organize your tech discovery findings, using tools you already have–without ending up in ‘information management process hell’
PowerPoint and information management systems aren’t made for collecting and organizing tech discovery findings. Here is a better way, so that you can focus on using information, rather than managing it.
You’re a scientist, an engineer, or an innovator more generally. You have an innovation interest, for which you are seeking outside help. So, you need to write an RFP (request for proposals). An RFP, or request for proposals, is a document where you specify an innovation interest. You use the RFP to invite others to send you […]
In this article on scientific publications, I will discuss strategies for identifying likely interesting R&D papers.
Patents help you discover the inventors behind technologies. And you can use them to learn more about what companies are working on.
Market analyses help you map out technology or business areas, find applications for technologies, and discover the sectors in which a company operates.
Venture capital news are a good place for discovering companies that work on new technologies, business models, or a combination of both.
The Mergeflow bookshelf features recommended readings from across science, technology, business, and other topics. Mostly non-fiction.
Learn how you get better search results by broadening your scope, and how to shorten time-to-insight with easier queries.