We see the future in terms of technology, but if you actually want to do a better job guessing what will happen, it’s better to look at social, cultural, and environmental inputs.
The Interface carpet company is finding that it’s cheaper to find old nylon than make it new. And where can you find a lot of used nylon? Floating in the ocean.
Big Data might be helping for-profit companies, but nonprofits aren’t utilizing new streams of information in their decision-making, to their detriment.
HarvestGeek will let artisinal growers bring the power of technology to bear on their small gardens.
To help curb HIV in the developing world, doctors need to be able to quickly find out who needs to be treated without waiting weeks for samples to be taken to the nearest hospital. The mChip does that, using just your blood and the cloud.
A new study finds that companies that embrace sustainability solutions are making more money than ever before. Here’s how they’re doing it.
A Dutch artist has started making unsightly structures disappear though various optical techniques, creating a more beautiful--and way more interesting--looking city.
Imagine if the entire country was linked by 220-mile-per-hour trains. That’s what this map does.