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December 18, 2006



While it would be great if Innocentive's solver base was diverse enough to handle all of the types of problems a typical rockefeller grantee would want to pose, the range of the Innocentive platform is currently limited primarily to science and tech problems. Hopefully as more people become aware of the platform and both RF and Innocentive market the platform for development type problems, the solver base will become more diverse and perhaps one day be able to tackle engineering, distribution, and even policy challenges.

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