The 9 to 5 is dead, but we’re still harnessing workers with its outdated strictures. Happy workers are more healthy and more creative, so it’s time to start giving our workers the leeway to be happy (because otherwise they work all the time). The secret: Treat them like people.
Trees don’t need gas--they get all their power from the sun. A new forest made up of tiny wires aims to copy that efficiency by using a lot of surface area to make hydrogen. Could this be the key to a workable hydrogen car?
In a new video series, Co.Exist is looking at the men and women attending the Colorado social entrepreneurship incubator, and how they struggle to turn their good ideas into real impact.
It’s well and good to talk about the need for more companies to help their employees volunteer, but how can they actually make it happen? Here is some advice from an already successful program.
By picking up bacteria in our breath, a small coating of graphene could be a simple early warning sign of oncoming sickness or infection.
A Dutch company says it can add infrastructure to expanding coastal cities with adjustable floating pieces that could change with different municipal needs. Bring your life jackets!
Fears of the damage from a nuclear accident are still strong a year after Fukushima, but that’s not the only dangerous thing about nuclear technology.