walty water purifier

Bringing Light and Life to Sub-Saharan Africa

A giant solar-powered computer is bringing electricity, internet and clean water to rural Ghana Sub-Saharan Africa consists of 42 countries, including Ghana, Nigeria, and Sudan. The International Energy Agency statistics indicate that as many as 625 million residents of Sub-Saharan Africa live without electricity—68% of the total population. In fact, the World Bank states that… Read more »

women floating in alaska frozen water

Using Freezing Sea Water to Heat Large Buildings

Can Seawater Replace Fossil Fuels? There are millions of fish in the sea, as they say, but it turns out there might be a million dollar payback in those deep sea waters. Using Green Technology to Reduce the Energy Bill Alaska SeaLife Center, located in Seward, is an ocean wildlife rescue center and aquarium. Constructed… Read more »

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Virtual Reality Brings You Inside Earthquake-torn Nepal

The awesome power of Virtual Reality lets you experience the post-earthquake Nepalese danger zone Last April, 2015, a tremendous earthquake, close to 8 on the Richter scale, struck Nepal, killing more than 9,000 people. Today, much of the country’s infrastructure lies in ruins. Among the most impacted are Nepal’s thousands of children who not only… Read more »

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Acoustic Scarecrows: Saving the Lives of Birds and Humans

Removing birds from danger zones in a non-lethal way Ever find yourself in a place where there is so much noise you can’t hear yourself think? Or tried to have a conversation at a rock concert? If you’re like me, you run out gasping for quiet. Turns out birds are just like us. Birds Talk … Read more »

Fooded rice field

Drip Irrigation for California’s Rice Growers

Good news for California farmers dealing with crippling drought conditions The Lundberg family began farming rice in 1937. For decades, they have developed a reputation not only for tasty and healthy rice, but also for their organic and environmentally-friendly farming practices. However, rice farming requires a lot of water. In fact, is one of the… Read more »

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Good News for Cochlear Implants Wearers

Bringing the Sound of Music to the Deaf It is estimated that approximately 100,000 Americans and 325,000 worldwide are using a cochlear implant. Unlike a hearing aid, a cochlear implant is surgically implanted into the ear, doing the work of the damaged inner, or cochlear, part of the ear. In coordination with a speech processor… Read more »

Electroceuticals Pharma

Pharmaceutical Giants Set Their Futures with Electroceuticals

For decades, billions of dollars have been invested in drug development based on biology and chemistry. But this is changing. Drug development of the future is exploiting the electrical grid in our bodies to attack disease.This is good news for millions of patients who can look to a future without pills. The body’s information highway… Read more »

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Smart Technology Comes to the Family Farm

We have smartphones, smart homes, and smart clothing, and now smart farms. Forget about rising at dawn, while it is still dark to head out to the barn to milk the cows. Now there are robots. And not just to milk the cows. Robots are driving the tractors too. No more riding the fence to… Read more »

XStat Treatment

XSTAT—a High-Tech Sponge to Save Lives

XSTAT—a High-Tech, Life-Saving Sponge Remember those little capsules we buy for the kids, the ones that blow up into sponges in the shape of dinosaurs, cats, dogs, birds and other cool creatures when you throw them into the bathtub? Well, now this technology is more than cool—it is saving lives on the battlefields and soon… Read more »

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FundRX: Crowdfunding for Biotechnology Startups

FundRX: Crowdfunding for Biotechnology Startups As the global citizenry has become more empowered and digital, a great shift away from traditional financing institutions has taken place, creating a dramatic new paradigm for funding entrepreneurism. Crowdfunding, similar to crowdsourcing, is a direct conversation between people. For the entrepreneur, this means that you bring your idea to… Read more »

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  • walty water purifier

    Bringing Light and Life to Sub-Saharan Africa

    A giant solar-powered computer is bringing electricity, internet and clean water to rural Ghana Sub-Saharan Africa consists of 42 countries, including Ghana, Nigeria, and Sudan. The International Energy Agency statistics indicate that as many as 625 million residents of Sub-Saharan Africa live without electricity—68% of the total population. In fact, the World Bank states that… Read more »

  • women floating in alaska frozen water

    Using Freezing Sea Water to Heat Large Buildings

    Can Seawater Replace Fossil Fuels? There are millions of fish in the sea, as they say, but it turns out there might be a million dollar payback in those deep sea waters. Using Green Technology to Reduce the Energy Bill Alaska SeaLife Center, located in Seward, is an ocean wildlife rescue center and aquarium. Constructed… Read more »

  • virtual reality

    Virtual Reality Brings You Inside Earthquake-torn Nepal

    The awesome power of Virtual Reality lets you experience the post-earthquake Nepalese danger zone Last April, 2015, a tremendous earthquake, close to 8 on the Richter scale, struck Nepal, killing more than 9,000 people. Today, much of the country’s infrastructure lies in ruins. Among the most impacted are Nepal’s thousands of children who not only… Read more »

  • birds and airplane

    Acoustic Scarecrows: Saving the Lives of Birds and Humans

    Removing birds from danger zones in a non-lethal way Ever find yourself in a place where there is so much noise you can’t hear yourself think? Or tried to have a conversation at a rock concert? If you’re like me, you run out gasping for quiet. Turns out birds are just like us. Birds Talk … Read more »

  • Fooded rice field

    Drip Irrigation for California’s Rice Growers

    Good news for California farmers dealing with crippling drought conditions The Lundberg family began farming rice in 1937. For decades, they have developed a reputation not only for tasty and healthy rice, but also for their organic and environmentally-friendly farming practices. However, rice farming requires a lot of water. In fact, is one of the… Read more »

  • cochlear implant.

    Good News for Cochlear Implants Wearers

    Bringing the Sound of Music to the Deaf It is estimated that approximately 100,000 Americans and 325,000 worldwide are using a cochlear implant. Unlike a hearing aid, a cochlear implant is surgically implanted into the ear, doing the work of the damaged inner, or cochlear, part of the ear. In coordination with a speech processor… Read more »

  • Electroceuticals Pharma

    Pharmaceutical Giants Set Their Futures with Electroceuticals

    For decades, billions of dollars have been invested in drug development based on biology and chemistry. But this is changing. Drug development of the future is exploiting the electrical grid in our bodies to attack disease.This is good news for millions of patients who can look to a future without pills. The body’s information highway… Read more »

  • farm and technology

    Smart Technology Comes to the Family Farm

    We have smartphones, smart homes, and smart clothing, and now smart farms. Forget about rising at dawn, while it is still dark to head out to the barn to milk the cows. Now there are robots. And not just to milk the cows. Robots are driving the tractors too. No more riding the fence to… Read more »

  • XStat Treatment

    XSTAT—a High-Tech Sponge to Save Lives

    XSTAT—a High-Tech, Life-Saving Sponge Remember those little capsules we buy for the kids, the ones that blow up into sponges in the shape of dinosaurs, cats, dogs, birds and other cool creatures when you throw them into the bathtub? Well, now this technology is more than cool—it is saving lives on the battlefields and soon… Read more »