Some inventions nearly pull themselves to market. Others require persistence, ingenuity, and significant funding to push themselves forward. In my experience as a lifelong entrepreneur, several factors separate the former from the latter. Some inventions are simply before their time.
Juan Gilbert wanted to be like the heroes in the movies he watched as a kid: the person everyone looked to for help and who would valiantly save the day. But these superheroes didn’t use their physical might to fight… Read More
A University of Florida researcher’s desire to provide citizens with disabilities the same opportunity to vote as everyone else could serve as the catalyst for revolutionizing voter access nationwide. Juan Gilbert’s Prime III, an electronic voting machine a decade in… Read More
Professor Juan Gilbert’s Prime III voting system (www.PrimeVotingSystem.com) will be used as a pilot on Sept. 9 in Nashua, N.H. After a recent meeting with New Hampshire’s Secretary of State, Dr. Gilbert’s technology will be implemented statewide in November. Dr.… Read More