Climate

Concrete Plans For The Future

I don’t know who invented concrete, though it has been in widespread use since the ancient Romans used it to build the Colosseum and...

Connectivity

Iterating Locks & Keys

Considering there are iron skeleton keys that still turn door locks in medieval castles, you'd think the technology was more than ready for disruption...

Factories

Two Satellites For The Price Of One

It wasn’t business as usual any longer, to hear Jim Peterka, talk about it. Peterka was tapped to lead the 720SP program at Boeing in early 2011 to...

Food

Smarter Farming

Nearly three-quarters of the world’s 4 million metric ton annual cocoa bean crop is grown in West Africa, where farmers often must overcome challenges...

Health

Patients And Process Inform Tech

A short time ago, reports of bad images on some of its MRI machines was worrisome to Philips. Like airplanes, MRIs get cost-effective the...

Living

Improved Vision For Developing Countries

From rural India to the favelas of Rio, recent advances in mobile health are helping to provide access to health care for communities in...

Money

The Alchemy Of Digital And Geophysical Experience

Much of the promise of tech innovation is predicated on people, laws and communities either changing on a dime or simply getting out of...

Science

Looking To Atoms And Stars

“We like questions that nobody else has answered,” said Richard Park, Managing Director of Sandvik’s Osprey unit. “Though we’re not always asked to work on...

Transportation

Vehicle Electrification Is Much Bigger Than EVs

While consumers can choose a Tesla, Chevrolet Bolt, or other EV, BorgWarner sees electrification playing a part in every vehicle, and the company’s role that...