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Discovery Network

For the science documentary cable TV channel, see Discovery Channel.

A Discovery Network (DN) is a leadership, and acts as the keeper of its culture. The ultimate goal of the DN core is to create and maintain a generative environment where synergistic relations between its members are nourished, leading to new ideas and their applications.

The term "Discovery Network" was coined by Tiberius Brastaviceanu in 2008, in his work on collaborative networks published for the Multitude Project.[1] The first Discovery Network project was created in June 2010 around the Matchmaking Device System,[2] a consumer electronics product invented by Tiberius Brastaviceanu in October 2006.

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  2. ^ Matchmaking Device System
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