December 5, 2023

Innovation & Tech Today


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Denver Comic Con 2018: A Cover to Cover Review

Denver Comic Con 2018

Denver Comic Con 2018 was an epic event for everyone who attended. Aside from the incredible lineup of celebrities, including Jason Momoa, Val Kilmer, and Pom Klementieff (to name a […]

What to Know About the Ticketfly Hack


On Thursday of last week, Ticketfly, the popular online box office, received a bit of a makeover. Their website, rather than directing users to concerts and events of their choosing, […]

How CircuitScribe Makes DIY Drones Approachable

DIY drone

While they were considered to be more futuristic technology than an approachable STEM project, drones are now more accessible than ever. This is thanks to innovative companies such as Circuit […]

Feeding the Future with Anna Sophia Robb

Anna Sophia Robb

Actress Anna Sophia Robb tackles food waste with the Feeding Better Futures campaign. Roughly one-third of the food produced in the world for human consumption goes to waste every year. According […]

Giving the Environment a Voice


Documentary Producer Nico Ibargüen on how to make environment issues approachable When it comes to environmentalism, Nicolás “Nico” Ibargüen does it all. He’s the force behind Project Earth, a global […]

Big Trucks Go Electric

Tesla Semi truck

Big Trucks Move Closer to Full Electric While some might say the trucking industry is experiencing a watershed (where the direction of an industry changes), others would describe it more […]

The Investor’s Guide to Equal Pay

Equal Pay

Natasha Lamb explains the importance of social capital and her mission for equal pay. Amazon. Google. Intel. Natasha Lamb has taken them all on. Her goal? Close the gender pay […]

How Israel Became a Cybersecurity Powerhouse


“Israel is blessed with many opponents, and as such, it developed core competencies mostly in the defense sector in order to be able to protect itself ” – Dudu Mimran, CTO of the Cyber Security Research Center at Ben-Gurion University.

Ground Control to Astronaut Abby


Like many children, Abigail Harrison wanted to be an astronaut. In fact, she wanted to be the first astronaut to land on Mars. However, unlike other children, Abigail (known as […]

Robots In The Unemployment Line


We’ve heard for years now that the robot uprising is imminent. Suddenly, occupations such as food service, babysitting, and even surgery find themselves threatened by automation. A 2017 study by […]

From Posting to Protesting


A look at how protesting has changed in the age of social media In December 2010, a wave of both violent and non-violent protests spread across North Africa and the […]

Taking Strides Toward Healing Spinal Cord Injuries

Spinal Cord

Patients with severe spinal cord injury (SCI) often experience chronically low blood pressure that negatively affects their health, their quality of life, and their ability to engage in rehabilitative therapy. […]

Best Star Wars Build Videos On YouTube

build videos

Oh look, another Star Wars article! I’m sure you haven’t seen any of those lately. Yes, I’m as surprised as you are, but the lesser-known series of indie space stories […]

George Lucas’ Worst Star Wars Ideas

George Lucas

Love him or hate him, there’s no denying that George Lucas has changed the landscape of cinema and helped to shape the current state of high-action blockbuster series. However, he’s […]

A Spoiler-Free Review of Avengers: Infinity War

Avengers: Infinity War

Don’t worry. You’re safe. This movie review contains no spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War. Well, depending on how you define “spoiler.” Am I going to tell you if anybody died? […]

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