Technology continues to advance all the time and affects all segments of human activity, including travel. Travel involves huge investments of time and logistics as people and cargo are moved from one destination to another. Due to these advancements, travel … Continue reading →
Security cameras have become a household accessory these days. They have become an integral part of surveillance and have eased the task of keeping security intact to a greater extent. Be it your neighbor’s door or public transport, you will … Continue reading →
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 →