Scientists have started applying lessons from how ants operate to the corporate world. The result: fewer meetings, more time working, and tasks completed much more quickly.
A large number of the drugs in the developing world aren’t what they claim to be. Sometimes this means nothing, sometimes it’s downright dangerous. This new machine will (cheaply) help solve the problem.
Now you can also buy solar panels from the car company, to make sure that your EV’s power comes from the cleanest sources.
See the sights from the comfort of your desk. A new site called The Secret Door takes you to a random place on Google’s image-based map of the world.
In Lima, Peru, a billboard uses a filtration system to create clean water for the water-starved city--and advertises for an engineering school.
Blocking a driveway? Get a text instead of a tow. CurbTXT connects drivers by letting them anonymously text each other if they’re doing something wrong.
The ProtoHouse looks like something out of science fiction, but its architects say that when it’s done, it will be the first house that you can say came from a printer.
After the storm, nonprofits working on relif used predictive Palantir software--best known for its use by the CIA and FBI--to coordinate disaster response, rescue, and logistics.