When Ebola cut its cruel swath through Sierra Leone in 2014 – ultimately killing thousands – aid workers fled the West Africa nation in droves to escape the outbreak. But the opposite urge overcame Jochen Moninger. He dug in.
In a recent blog post IMF Chief Christine Lagarde wrote, crypto-currencies ‘are typically built in a decentralized way and without the need for a central bank. This gives crypto-asset transactions an element of anonymity’. It’s bad as it opens ways … Continue reading →
Julie Dorsey is a Computer Science professor at Yale and the founder of Mental Canvas, a software company that is developing a new class of graphical-media-design system that lies between 2D drawing and 3D computer-aided design. The Mental Canvas technology … Continue reading →
Researchers from Yale and Rice University have developed a system that uses solar energy and nanoparticles to make saltwater drinkable. The system could potentially be used off-grid in remote areas or in domestic settings.
Growing up in the slums of the Philippines, Dr. Astrid S. Tuminez did not have the luxury of eating regular breakfast as a child. She was one of seven kids and life was hard for her family. She had only … Continue reading →
MedyMatch Application to Help Doctors Identify Head Trauma and Stroke Tel Aviv, Israel – 16 Mar 2017: MedyMatch Technology today announced a collaboration with IBM (NYSE: IBM) Watson Health to bring MedyMatch’s A.I.-based clinical decision support application to imaging experts … Continue reading →
Utah engineers develop process for electronic devices that stops wasteful power leakage According to the National Resource Defense Council, Americans waste up to $19 billion annually in electricity costs due to “vampire appliances,” always-on digital devices in the home that … Continue reading →