Tired Earth is an international group trying to improve awareness, get motivated hearts together, and increase the hope for a shiny future. We are residents of a kind and caring planet called Earth; a planet with a lot of water and soil, with a lot of creatures, some too tiny to see, some too big to ignore.
Ikea furniture is cheap, relatively easy to assemble, and even easier to replace. But what if you could design and manufacture pieces of furniture customized to fit your home? MIT's new robotic concept technology is meant to help you with manufacturing wood furniture of your own, although this ...
TOKYO -- The Canon group and a cross section of other Japanese companies are teaming up to grow leafy greens in factories. About 10 investors will provide funding to Vitec Vegetable Factory, a farming arm of electronics trader Vitec Holdings.
The Waymo odometer rolled over to 5,000,000 in February: our self-driving cars have now covered five million miles on public roads. That's a major milestone. Yet what's really exciting for us is how we're picking up speed. Our 1st million miles took six years to complete.
The president of the World Bank has warned that the rise of automation means the traditional path to economic growth may close to "all but a handful of developing countries".
Some people say that The Future Is Meow... and Meow-Ludo is one of them. Suspect advocate of the "Cat Game" and Sydney biohacker Meow-Ludo Disco Gamma Meow-Meow, plans to counter sue following his 'handy' subcutaneous Opal card being terminated. Is this an ominous step toward The Dark Side of the Moon where humanity is block-chained to government issued chips?
Tesla's energy storage products, Powerwalls and Powerpacks, are starting to be used in such a variety of different applications that you might start seeing some impact without even knowing about it. For example, you might if you are a water ratepayer in Southern California.
Blockchain technology has taken the world by storm since its creation in 2008. Made popular as the engine for the cryptocurrency Bitcoin, blockchain technology is now being considered as the answer for many different industries. With the ability to provide a secure and efficient way to transfer data, many predict that the technology is going to have a big impact on our future.
China censored the letter N from its internet for at least a day. The ban came as China cracked down on online discussion over the Chinese Communist Party's proposal to scrap presidential term limits. Abolishing term limits would allow President Xi Jinping to rule indefinitely.
Last year was a big one for cryptocurrency mining, and it culminated with a shortage of graphics cards and grossly inflated prices.
With nearly 700 plastic-free goods to select from at one of the branches of Ekoplaza, a Dutch supermarket chain, the aisle gives shoppers the opportunity to buy their groceries in "new compostable bio-materials as well as traditional materials" such as glass, metal and cardboard.
The US electricity sector is in a period of unprecedented change and turmoil. Renewable energy prices are falling like crazy. Natural gas production continues its extraordinary surge. Coal, the golden child of the current administration, is headed down the tubes.
As Elton John sang in "Rocket Man," it can get lonely out in space. Now imagine if you had a specialized spacesuit that was in tune with your moods and wanted to help keep you both comfortable and happy.
A new technique developed by University of Toronto Scarborough neuroscientists has, for the first time, used EEG detection of brain activity in reconstructing images of what people perceive. The new technique "could provide a means of communication for people who are unable to verbally communicate," said Dan Nemrodov, Ph.D., a postdoctoral fellow in Assistant Professor Adrian Nestor's lab at U of T Scarborough.
Anti-aging research has long focused on DNA structures known as telomeres, which have been directly linked to cell longevity. Now scientists have discovered a new way to potentially supercharge the mechanism, which may help keep this "molecular clock" - and ourselves - running better for longer.