Innovation is definitely a buzzword which draw’s almost everyone’s attention. Nonetheless, as we see each day that passes, it comes with good and bad things and that’s obvious. To me, valuable innovation actually improves the quality of life without posing
3D Bioprinting tissue isn’t a new idea, yet the method, so far, has been limited to tissues that are very small or very thin and lack blood vessels. Signs of Progress have been made across the globe. We have already seen lab-grown
The world’s fastest delivery drone takes off within America! Californian startup Zipline unveiled a new, fixed-wing machine that it says is the world’s fastest commercial delivery drone. The top speed is almost 80 mph. This drone launch happens just as
The brain storage business is not new and despite the fact that most neuroscientists believe that preserving your brains is not possible. But, MIT graduate and computer scientist Robert McIntyre along with Michael McCanna, founders of start-up Nectome strongly disagree. They
Healthcare innovation is one topic I follow for quite a few good years. It’s interesting to see how science, core personal beliefs and even spiritual values get together to reinvent the world we live in. I assume you also came
We all love easy payments, right? And why wouldn’t we? Yet, we cannot help worrying about the safety of our payments. According to different reports, the answer is yes. It seems crooks can take money from your card as you’re
Romanian entrepreneur Viorel Crețu raised USD 22,000 on crowdfunding platform Kickstarter for Wallor, the new smart wallet comes with a special RFID blocking layer surrounding your wallet, protecting your cards from high-tech thieves and their mobile scanners. They say the best
It is estimated that the global sales of genetic tests will reach $60 billion per year by 2020, so we are definitely entering the era of personal genetics as a big business. This may sound great for companies like Ancestry and
Weighing only 6 kg, Panasonic’s new wearable robot is designed to help warehouse, farming and construction workers lift heavy objects up to 15 kg. The exoskeleton is designed to reduce back strain for individuals working in farming, construction, or delivery.
More startups are focused on developing products that can change the current (and often inefficient) medical ecosystem. Last year alone 115 dedicated healthcare accelerators were reported worldwide, and this does not include technology accelerators that often accept healthcare tech companies.