The Adventure Project had one chance to get a $25,000 matching grant to help bring clean water and jobs to India. Despite a tiny email list and a complicated business plan, they did it. Here is how you can duplicate their success.
At the TEDMED conference, the leaders of much of our health-care infrastructure compiled a list of the problems that doctors, health care, pharma, and biotech need to conquer most.
The doctor only measures your heart rate when you’re sick, but a new website aims to create a database of every normal beating heart in the world, so we can find out more about how the heart works.
If you don’t care about ever eating fish again, then perhaps you care more about money. Scientists have now figured out what the cost will be to the global economy when we destroy our oceans.
In a little stunt to show Americans their intense NIMBYism, an ad agency makes an attempt to despoil public property with a little drilling.
Hydrogen cars aren’t taking off because hydrogen is hard to make and put in cars. But there is a lot of the gas in our waste treatment plants, and one in California will now let you fill up. Have they opened the door to a hydrogen economy?
Scientists have created a biofuel cell that lives inside a snail. It’s not just to be a mad scientist--the snail’s electricity can be used to power tiny video cameras. The next snail you see might be a spy.