We need to teach children individually, and in a way that doesn’t emphasize memorizing the right answer, but more realistically reflects how we learn and succeed in the real world.
MelaFind is a new early-stage melanoma detector with a 98% detection rate. It finds cancer using technology originally developed for the military to find targets--but its enemy are irregular growths under the skin.
This nifty map shows every twister that’s landed in the U.S. since 1956.
Moses Sanga came to America to go to the Unreasonable Institute for help with his business plan (which didn’t exist). But he got more than that: It was also two weeks of firsts for him, from flying on a plane to eating a Popsicle.
You may be less likely to catch on fire, but you’re certainly a lot less healthy because you’re eating them. Also, just kidding about your likelihood of catching fire--that remains the same.
DARPA, the Defense Department group that works on the most far-out weapons, is teaming up with TechShop, a paradise for tinkerers and home engineers.
Go behind the scenes of the medicinal marijuana economy--which exists in a strange land between legality and criminality--in these beautiful photos.
“Good enough” products and services may sound like substandard offerings to many consumers in developed economies, but in emerging markets--and increasingly in developed economies--they embody simplicity and focused design.