British company creates the world’s smallest surgical robot

Over the years the medical industry has experienced many technological advancements, most recently the invention of the world’s smallest surgical robot; an achievement that...

Early use of drug leads to a drastic decrease in Prostate cancer

The survival rate of those diagnosed with prostate cancer could significantly increase with the use of the drug Abiraterone in the early stages of...

ARM computer chips being developed for brain injury implants

ARM holdings, leader in microprocessor intellectual property, are to provide chips for brain injury implants. ARM will being providing processors for implants to be...

Exclusive: Bowery Farm’s CEO Irving Fain Talks Vertical Farming

The United Nations estimates by 2050, 66% of the world’s population will live in urban areas.  And yet, though population numbers keep increasing, traditional...

Is the future of tools and medicine shape-shifting technology?

The Beginning: inFORM In 2015, Sean Follmer, human-computer interaction researcher and designer at MIT, introduced inForm: breakthrough technology developed alongside his team to create a...

Vertical Farming, the future of crop growth

The future of farming is on the up and up, literally.  With today’s society constantly changing, progressing, and evolving, everything that can be revolutionized...

Air-Ink: the start-up turning air pollution into ink

In 1952, the city of London suffered from three days of would be called “The Great Smog”. A phenomenon where high concentration of pollutants...

How Arctic Wind Can Affect Our Weather

Recent reports published by scientists have examined how the effects of climate change have altered the way cloud patterns form, making it harder for...

5 Motivational Stories: Optimism, SALTO robot and Paris Car Ban

Winter may bring cold, Trump may bring uncertainty and PewDiePie’s plans to quit YouTube if he gets 50m subscribers may bring you to tears...

Are Caesarian Births Changing Human Evolution?

New research being conducted at the University of Vienna has shown that regular use of Caesarian sections is affecting human evolution by narrowing the...