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Mergeflow lets you focus on innovating, rather than data collection legwork
Mergeflow is a web data collection and analytics software. It collects contents from across diverse R&D and business information sources.
Algorithms analyze these contents to discover companies, emerging technologies, market estimates, R&D experts, and other insights.
As a result, Mergeflow automates more and more of the information gathering and organizing tasks that a research analyst would perform manually.
Try it out yourself:
Discover ideas and players
You suspect they are out there somewhere: Companies, experts, and ideas that can help you innovate faster and stronger. Mergeflow helps you find them.Learn more →
Get market insights
Mergeflow collects and organizes market and investment data from sources around the web. This way you don't have to read through thousands of news and reports.Learn more →
Explore emerging technologies
Innovations in computing, materials, energy, life sciences, and manufacturing are permeating all industry sectors. Mergeflow helps you stay on top of these developments.Learn more →
Stay up to date on your topics
New technologies, companies, R&D, or markets can emerge anytime, anywhere. Mergeflow's email update reports keep you informed on what's happening in your topics.Learn more →
Get a preview of Mergeflow
About every week, we make a new snapshot of current R&D and business activities, related to a specific topic. These snapshots give you a first glimpse of what our SaaS software looks like from the inside.
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5G and decentralized computing
14 Sep 2021
5G cellular networks are an enabling infrastructure for decentralized computing. Applications for decentralized computing include robotics, manufacturing, drones, healthcare, smart city, and IoT more generally.Explore the data
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07 Sep 2021
Flow batteries are rechargeable batteries in which electrolyte flows through electrochemical cells. A flow battery may be used like a fuel cell (old fuel is removed and new fuel injected) or like a rechargeable battery (electric power is used to regenerate fuel).Explore the data
Photo by Halacious on Unsplash.
23 Aug 2021
Electroceuticals target organs' neural circuits in order to treat various diseases. In this therapy, neural impulses are delivered to specific targets in the neural circuitry. The therapy can be applied via implantable devices, or by non-invasive means (e.g. transcranial magnetic stimulation).Explore the data
Photo by Farhad Ibrahimzade on Unsplash.
18 Aug 2021
Cultured meat is produced in the lab, from animal cell cultures. It is produced using tissue engineering techniques traditionally used in regenerative medicines.Explore the data
Solid-state battery tray. Image from QuantumScape.
10 Aug 2021
Solid-state batteries have higher energy density and are safer than liquid or polymer gel batteries. But they are also more expensive—at least so far.Explore the data
Structure of the ACE2 protein. Image from Wikipedia.
03 Aug 2021
ACE2 acts as a receptor for COVID-19. But ACE2 also plays a critical role in regulating many other processes in the body.Explore the data
Teams and individuals from across tech sectors and industries worldwide use Mergeflow to discover opportunities and stay informed. So can you.
Mergeflow helps Covestro stay informed
"Covestro is a world-leading supplier of high-tech polymer materials. Mergeflow's software helps us identify and monitor important technological, scientific, and market information, in a highly automated way. Using Mergeflow ensures that we do not miss information that is important to our business."
Background image of SolarImpulse aircraft by Covestro.
Mergeflow enables effective technology scouting and management for BMW
Mergeflow has been supporting BMW’s Tech Offices for several years with discovering, tracking, and deeply exploring new technologies, companies, and ideas.
The Tech Discovery Guide
See how successful innovators discover emerging technologies, research, companies, experts, and new markets.
For example, you'll learn:
- How you can make better search queries for discovering new ideas.
- Why you should iterate, rather than plan too much in advance.
- Why you need a user story.
- Why it's a good idea to sometimes just toss your old findings.
- How an alarm clock helps you beat analysis paralysis.