Before Apple began work on its massive new headquarters, one architect took it upon himself to design an alternative for Steve Jobs: a walkable, liveable city anchored by the company’s offices.
Boy wonder Jack Andraka is creating a dream team of young scientists to work on creating a Star Trek–like handheld device that can diagnose disease just by scanning your skin.
The educational innovator receives $1 million to seed child-driven, Internet-enabled learning centers in India and around the world.
If we want to produce less carbon, we have to use less energy (which is also cheaper). The technology exists, but businesses and homeowners need some help getting there. Here’s how we can help.
A new study found remarkable levels of endocrine disruptors in even carefully catered diets.
Just make sure you don’t pee directly on the phone. uChek lets you use your phone’s camera to analyze test strips you’ve dipped in your own urine without having to shell out for a test or make an appointment.
So much for cartographers. The networked mapping app is letting its power users update its maps in real time.
The organic food giant’s CEO John Mackey’s new book touts a vision of making money and doing well, but is the story of Whole Foods a path for all businesses to follow or just an interesting individual case study?