An intensive camp for budding female programmers and engineers hopes to increase the number of women in the tech world.
While the government is making slow improvements to how much oil we use as a country, we need to move faster. It won’t take crazy innovation, just using what we already have.
Open standards for the ways cities receive complaints and requests from the people living in them will make governments more responsive and efficient, and make everyone’s lives easier.
There is a lot of sunlight in our atmosphere. But we have no way to get power from it down to Earth, because a miles-long extension cord isn’t practical. But scientists are working hard on other solutions.
BPA is everywhere. A new study found the best way to avoid it: Stop buying or eating anything that isn’t homemade. It’s not very practical, but it does show how pervasive the chemicals are.
Accused of being part of financial problems and a decline in morals, one Indian MBA program is taking action, requiring its students to spend significant time in India’s slums, working with children.
It seems like every day sees the launch of another collaborative consumption startup. Today’s launch: Sidecar, which is akin to Uber with non-professional drivers. Are we really good enough people to be sharing everything?