In the Netherlands, bikes abound. And now, they even take kids to school. Behold, the bicycle school bus.
Extensively drug-resistant TB is already a scourge on health systems worldwide. Is it possible that soon there will be a mutation of the disease with no possible treatment?
Will part of remaking the economy involve rethinking our currency, changing from money supported by governments to money supported by communities? And is Bitcoin the model for this shift, or merely a flash in the pan?
The head of the teacher-focused crowdsourcing site talks about using technology to address educational inequities.
TechGirls, a new State Department program, will fly 25 Middle Eastern teenage girls to the United States this summer for an immersion course in U.S. tech culture and all things nerdy. The goal? To build bridges between geeks worldwide.
Combining a map, tourist information, and data about the city’s services, a new system is making Helsinki truly transparent.
It has many of the same qualities as heavily controlled substances, but we freely add it to everything (it’s even on the FDA’s list of things that you can safely add to any food, in any amount). Is it time to put the sugary snacks behind the counter at the corner store?