Women in Tech
May 23rd, 2017
Women in Tech
Scientists are Trying to Squeeze Energy from Poop
Snowden Explains The FBI's Email Review Process
With the 2016 Election nearly over, there’s been one topic that has been debated ad nauseum: the email scandal involving Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. Despite...
Anon, Identify Yourself: Chinese Government Bans Internet Anonymity
The National People's Congress Standing Committee of China, has passed a law banning Internet users from publishing a wide variety of information, including anything...
The Martian Chronicles: Looking at a Future of Human Life on Mars
In November 2016, an international crew of six astronauts will embark on a perilous journey to an unforgiving planet, extremely hostile to life, aboard the ship...
Michio Kaku is at Home in the Future
When Michio Kaku was in fourth grade, he happened upon a riddle. Not one of the monumental queries that would consume his later life. No, this one was simple. Leafing...
WHO cancer agency asked experts to withhold documents
LONDON (Reuters) - The World Health Organization's cancer agency - which is facing criticism over how it classifies carcinogens - advised academic experts on...
AmeVRica - The Promise of Political and Economic Change in a VR Government
It seems these days that politics has devolved to a zero-sum game and endless polemical warfare. Innovative solutions to pressing political problems typically don’t...
Will We See an Artificially Intelligent Smart Home?
Will we see a real smart home in our lifetime? At CEDIA, Alex Capecelatro of Josh.AI gave an amazing presentation on the future of home automation. Voice control, he...
A New Take on Innovation: The Women Leaders of Brookstone
We often hear about the men behind a company, but when I flew to Merrimack, New Hampshire to interview the execs behind Brookstone, it was the power of the company’s...
Microsoft Paint 3D Brings A Huge Update to the Original App
Did you ever open up Microsoft Paint, draw the ugliest squiggle ever, then fill in the pieces with all the colors of the rainbow? Or do you use Microsoft Paint...
Toyota Invests In Car Sharing
TOKYO (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp on Friday said it has invested in U.S. car-sharing company Getaround, a move that comes as global automakers seek to shore up their...
Peacock Spider Dances Its Way Into Our Arachnophobic Hearts
You'd never consider spiders to be symbols of romance, especially during this time of year. Depicted as hairy, with dripping fangs and far too many eyes, spiders have...
The Corpse Flower is a Late Bloomer and Reeks of Death, Say Happy Botanists
The Chicago Botanic Garden has a lot of stinky celebrations coming up these next few years. The garden’s collection of 13 Titan Arum plants may be blooming in the next...
Why The Nintendo Switch Will Be A Success
Since its mysterious mention in March of 2015, there has been tons of speculation on the nature of the Nintendo’s new project, code-named the NX. Would it be a new...
Internet Outage Causes Companies to Take Notice
(Reuters) - Some major internet companies suffered service disruptions on Friday due to what internet infrastructure provider Dyn said was a cyber attack that affected...
"Magic Mushrooms" May Cure Depression
A small, human trial conducted by the Imperial College of London produced some surprising results: so-called "magic mushrooms" could possibly cure depression....
Mammoth Skull Unearthed in Mexico
What was this Mammuthus Columbi thinking as its massive, ten ton body began to sink deep into the prehistoric mud? Did it raise its massive trunk and trumpet in...
Looking Back on Samy Worm and His Rampage on MySpace
MySpace may not be relevant these days, but there are some users out there who may recall the rampage of Samy Worm. Created by a young man trying to get the ladies to...
Mice Can Giggle and Sing – How Cute is That?!
By studying our fellow mammals, humans have come to realize that our brethren have some form of emotional capacity and response. Dolphins, for instance, sing to their...
Why You Should Stop Using AdBlock
Nobody likes advertisements. They delay the shows we’re trying to watch. They remind us that we have to buy expensive things. They increase our cravings for...
Imgurian Promotes App That May Boost Mood
Today is World Metal Health Day and to acknowledge this day, Imgurian Brrrrrrrp decided to share their team's app with the Imgur community. Exploding out of the pit...
First Successful Uterus Transplant Performed in the United States
Surgeons at the University of Baylor in Dallas, Texas have done what was once considered impossible. With doctors using uterus donations from living donors, four uteri...
Why Are We So Cynical About New Tech?
Growth in technology is absolutely necessary to keep moving towards the future. Otherwise we’d all be using flip phones and Walkmen. And not in a cool hipster way....
Computers May Soon Recognize Everyday Objects Through Touch
Meet Project RadarCat, an innovative prototype from the University of St. Andrew's. Students there have taken Google's Project Soli and created completely new tech –...
Unnamed Tech Billionaires are Paying Scientists to Break Us Out of the Matrix
As computers and artificial intelligence continue to develop and advance, concern has reignited about how we can recognize the difference between what's real and...
The Pot Breathalyzer – The New Way to Stop Stoned Drivers
As marijuana becomes legalized across many global jurisdictions, legislators may be floundering to answer an upcoming issue: how will stoned drivers be regulated on the...
Terrence Malick's New Film: Voyage of Time
Innovation & Tech Today sat down with Dr. Andrew Knoll, the Fisher Professor of Natural History at Harvard University, to discuss his collaboration with legendary...
Young Inventor Keeps Things Clean, and Sustainable
As the planet faces a wide range of challenges in the coming years, the importance of getting young people involved in tackling these problems is only increasing. Oyon...
Measles eliminated in the Americas
The Americas is the first region on the planet to have eliminated measles, an international committee from the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization...
You Are What You Eat: Interview with Kimbal Musk
Kimbal Musk unapologetically wants to change the world. We all entertain these notions at times, but he is the rare individual who can actually accomplish such a...
Streamlined solar battery boosts renewable energy potential
A new solar energy battery, large and affordable enough for our nation’s power grid, promises to hasten the U.S.’s transition to renewable energy. The battery was...
The World's First Invisible Solar Cells
Can you imagine never having to charge your cell phone or computer again? What if the windows on your house provided free electricity for your family? That day might be...
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