Imagine if you could always know if your glucose was low or if you were dehydrated. A new painless patch will soon send your vital signs wirelessly to your phone, giving you constant analytics on your health.
ResearchGate may sound like a political scandal, but it’s not. It’s a way for thinkers and researchers around the world to connect, and its ability to put many minds on the same problem may drastically increase the speed of scientific discoveries.
Looking to get out of the rat race and do something better? There is no better time than now to start a business that’s good for the planet. Here are some reasons and resources to help get you where you want to go.
The epidemic may no longer make headlines like it used to, but it’s still devastating, and much worse in some places than others.
All that sidewalk space is so wasted, merely providing a place for your feet. A new innovation out of Spain will let the pavement become an enormous screen, full of information.
Imagine a database of the DNA of every living thing, and then the ability to find out if what you’re eating is really what you want to be eating. That’s the plan of the Consortium for the Barcode of Life. Soon, your phone will know if that tuna is really tuna.
A new app from the social network and GE aims to get us moving during the Olympics. Can public goals (okay, yes, and shame) help people stick to their plans?