Oxfam is testing the Tiger Worm Toilets, aka the poop-eating worm toilets, with several West Point residents. But judging from the smell, the construction of a toilet wasn't working well enough to keep the community healthy.
A recent study by IDC, reveals that in the year 2018, the wearable technology market will see about 111.9 million wearables being used around the globe.
During the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, an innovative, serial-based soccer video game debuted with the objective of reducing violence against ...
There is comfort in being able to communicate without regard to time or distance but somehow all this personal contact seems so impersonal, so two dimensional, so unnatural... Are we all truly eager to replace all human interaction with virtual realities?
When people think of film school curriculum, they don't usually think of cutting edge scientific collaborations with NASA and space launch experiments...
Everything technological uses some form of energy; grid power, batteries, or virtually any form of energy that can be used to feed a starving tech device is fair game, and it's sending us on a downward energy spiral
The technology involved in creating artificial limbs has come a long way in the last few decades. We have now witnessed a paralyzed man kick a soccer ...
One of the more useful trends in education today is analytic-driven instruction, the strategic application of analytics based on targeted sets of learning data -- things like assignment scores, time spent on the material, progress in an adaptive learning environment.
Because we don't need better selfies. We need technology that actually makes the world a better place.
Today in Mexico, politicians are paying more attention to education. It would be worthwhile to consider new experiences that go beyond cosmetic changes and to visualize the future of an education guided by the natural curiosity of children.
The medical field of preserving the dead for possible future life is quickly improving every year.
There are numerous barriers in place when it comes to the instruction of English Language Learners (ELLs) in America's K-12 schools. There is the obvi...
Few focus on supporting social purpose businesses that aim to provide investors with a financial return as well as a positive social impact.
Yesterday, I moderated a panel on the role technology plays in creating social impact. The Tech+SocialGood panel was held at Google Campus and organized as part of London Technology Week
The morning run in Central Park before that evening's main event had me surrounded for the very first time by other amputees. I arrived excited, a little nervous, and naively wearing my prosthesis.
The 3D printing revolution is here! In this week's episode of Hardwired 2.0 watch me tour MakerBot Studios and uncover the latest innovations in 3D printing technology.
When Apple unveiled iOS 8 at WWDC on June 2, it officially marked Apple's entry into the mobile health and Quantified Self arena. While iOS 8 does...
et's proceed with both haste and caution. We must encourage the "technological revolution" in healthcare, while also balancing this exciting sea-change moment with ethical sensitivity and sound policymaking.
Independence is first and foremost in the American spirit. But, our society is at a crossroads. Within the next two decades 20 percent of the U.S. population will be over 65. This causes great debate when it comes to aging and driving.
While we as a society were dreaming of that better future for all, one without injury, disease, or disability, we completely dropped the ball for those with disabilities now, who aren't fortunate enough to be rich and/or famous.