The book business is merging into the magazine business as more publishers sell literature via subscription to highly targeted clusters of readers. High-profile literary studio Plympton is leading the charge with its $5-a-month iOS service Rooster.
February 18, 2014 Atlanta, GAResearchers have developed the technology for a catheter-based device that would provide forward-looking, real-time, three-dimensional imaging from inside the heart, coronary arteries and peripheral blood vessels. With…
The concept of the selfie might go through a Copernican Revolution - from showing your heart breaking exterior to instead show your broken heart from the inside - literally!
Jodie Fox (Sydney)
In her inspiring talk, Sydney-based entrepreneur Jodie Fox discusses lessons learned from building a tech start up and creating a viral success.
Forget Innovation, Who Is Your Chief Disruption Officer?
Patrick Hanlon, forbes.com
I am sitting in the back seat of a taxicab in New York City. The traffic is Midtown, stuck bumper to bumper.
“Everything is turned upside down!” the cabbie shouts, pumping his arm up and down in the air. “Five years ago it was not like…
A relevant and increasingly important question… And maybe a title to remember for the future “CDO - Chief Disruption Officer”
Apta Biosciences with offices in the U.K. and Singapore is a spinoff of a decade of research at Fujitsu Laboratories. The company recently raised about $2.7 million U.S., 106% of its financial target through the Syndicate Room, a biotech equity crowdfunding site.
Spectacular starry nights by photographer Michael Shainblum
Well then… isn’t that nice?
Stardust watching stardust.
From mobile payments to fighting the NSA, quantum tech is more than just crazy science: It's good business
For years, quantum physics, and its computational component quantum computing, were the stuff scientists’ dreams were made of. Quantum mechanics, the study of all the spooky indefinite properties of subatomic particles, is more than theoretical of course; Scientists can observe and measure these properties. But the real-world applications for this research wasn’t always obvious. While quantum mechanics has revolutionized the field of computational chemistry, the commercial promise of, say, super-fast quantum computers has yet to be realized and may not be for decades.