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.
In this episode: corals making their own sunscreen, harnessing the dark side for electricity, and bacteria hunting for metal.
Agile decision-making is no longer a fashionable buzzword, but a necessity. Let’s remove it from our bullshit bingo cards and use its principles to mitigate our biases and promote better decisions
In this episode: Raincoat for viruses, drones as new forest rangers, and photonic chips that rock!
Living with the threat of a global pandemic is challenging on so many levels. But what if the change of perspective is an opportunity too? This could be our Monsters, Inc. moment!
In this edition: lamas as heroes, bionic arms with touch sensation, and a photodegradable plastic that disappears in a realistic time scale
Effective leadership is distributed leadership. We need sensemakers, relaters, visionaries, and inventors. And we need them all working together.