In this impresso: dust-busting on the Moon, paper-based tablets, and artificial skin mimicking our body’s sensory skills.
What’s triggering patience? Or impatience for that matter! Let me share my personal “Patience-Eureka” moment and how it changed my perspective.
In this IMPRESSO: print yourself a house, a selfie a day keeps the doctor away, and self-healing polymers.
Are you losing sleep over your competition? Are you afraid of them hurting your business? How about trying a different approach? Here are four reasons to love your competition.
In this edition: robotic Aquaman, bricks as power banks, and keepin’ it cool… without A/C!
Until a few months ago, it seemed like no one cared about profitability as long as a company was growing. But growth is not just cool and profitability is not optional. Profits are the key to any viable growth strategy.
In this edition: Speaking gloves, science fiction in the OR, and transforming e-waste into superior metal coatings.
If you belong to the rare species that never procrastinates, I have two things to tell you: first, I admire you. And second, you probably don’t need to read this post … unless of course, you’re really curious 😉
In this edition: magic bones, soap bubbles used for pollination, and flying snakes.
If you think everyone is out to get you and treat them accordingly, maybe you should think again. Because there are three good reasons to always assume positive intent: fairness, math, and love.
In this edition: sweaty smartwatches, Einstein-inspired bees, and how to turn into a “numbers-person”.
Negative people leave us feeling de-energized and trigger our so-called ‘fight or flight’ mechanism. Let’s get rid of these vampires with what they hate most: Power Rangers, aka positive people!
In this edition: confetti brains, AI that reads your opinion, and mice on a fat burning trip – IMPRESSO #28
I usually write about things I know a thing or two about. This blog is different. This blog is personal. This blog is about a wake-up call from a friend that made me realize: the only way to fight racism is to show up, stand up, and speak up.