In this edition: artificial photosynthesis for clean and storable energy, squid genes extend your wardrobe’s lifetime and your brain predicts what you hear.
In this edition: be part of the biggest ocean clean up, clay used to fight antibiotic resistance and groundbreaking research around artificial retinas
In this edition: crazy ceilings from 3D-printed sand, paper-based batteries powered by bacteria and fighting tuberculosis with your smartphone
In this edition: 3D-bio-printing in space, outsourcing empathy to a fluffy white seal robot and reviving the public bank in the US.
In this edition: Jellyfish go get our plastic waste, blockchain gives democracy a new spin and nanowires playing a violine concerto
In this edition: Blockchain checks the innovation level of your idea, food tastes better with an electrode-zap and the best multi-tasker is your mind
In this edition: worms performing mathematical calculations, humans closer to becoming a multi-planetary species and the prevention of toxic online conversations
In this edition: Moonwalking for helium-3, Rolls-Royce trains cockroaches and thinking big(ger) with microequity
In this edition: the different approach of US and European startups, robots that teach you how to smile and it may be time so say goodbye to your office desk.
In this edition: The secret sauce of a “2% company”, Amazon’s hike in the Himalayas and a trip to China that might get you VC money.
In this edition: The times without a good WiFi connection are over soon, Neanderthals are probably not good party guests, and that a trip to the zoo can get you out of your echo chamber.
Find out why AI is your new doctor, VC’s and Millennials share a love for pets and how Amazon’s Bezos masters the perfect handstand.
Find out why computer brain cells are on steroids, MIT brings humanity closer to its goal of an inexhaustible energy source and the fancy garage kid meets a Silver Fox.
Find out why humans just got beaten by robots, Asia is done being a copy cat and what’s Japan’s new “Plan A”.