Artificial Pancreas Is First To Raise $1 Million Under New Crowdfunding Rules
When Beta Bionics needed idealistic investors it found them on the Web.
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Slow Progress to Better Medicine
Thirteen years after the human genome was sequenced, some remarkable treatments are being developed.
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A massive FCC spectrum release—and new advances in wireless technologies—accelerate an era of incredibly fast data.
So long, itchy, uncomfortable plaster.
The company may have failed, but not everything it did was a bad idea.
Human Connectome Project neuroscientists have created a program to make individualized brain maps.
Cisco helps make the world’s cities more livable, one community at a time.
The average Olympics goes over budget by 156 percent. For a third of the games since 1960, nobody even knows the cost overruns.
OpenAI is teaching warehouse robots to do your household chores.
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Smart machines are beginning to speak to us and act on their own.
Tesla Is Losing the Supplier of Autopilot’s Brain
Mobileye, the company that makes the processing systems for Tesla’s driver aid, has announced it will stop working with the automaker.
U.K. Signs a Deal with Amazon to Test Delivery Drones
The British government has agreed to let Amazon test delivery drones, while U.S. regulations still forbid it.
GM CEO: Car Hacking Will Become a Public Safety Issue
The auto industry may need to team up to prevent spyware, phishing, and ransomware from infecting your ride.
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Injectable Gel Generates New Blood Vessels
An experimental treatment helps diabetic mice grow new blood vessels. It could offer new hope to people with vascular disease.
by Mike Orcutt
Nimble-Fingered Robot Outperforms the Best Human Surgeons
A surgical robot was able to repair pigs’ bowels more accurately than human doctors.
by Will Knight
The Key to Repairing Your Bones May Come Out of a Printer
Customized, printed orthopedic implants could be the future. In the meantime, the new manufacturing method is helping companies cut costs.
by Mike Orcutt
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Once More Unto the Breach: What It Takes to Defeat Cyberattackers
Cyberattacks are a fact of life across the world, as intruders breach more and more organizations each day. Why are we so vulnerable? And what can we do to make our systems more secure?
Crisis Communication After an Attack
If there’s one area where organizations stumble when responding to breaches, it’s in keeping stakeholders informed. Doing that job well requires having plans in place long before cybercriminals come calling.
Close the Talent Gap, Secure the Future
The shortage of in-house cybersecurity skills is a major challenge for executives who fear their organizations are ill equipped to prevent, detect, and respond to cyberattacks. For that reason, many turn to external partners for security expertise.
This Tiny Country Thinks Virtual Citizens Will Make It Rich
Estonia aims to bring 10 million people to its digital shores.
Can we transform how we power and feed the world in time to head off climate change?
No One Knows How Much Oil Is Being Stored Around the World
Many countries keep their reserves a secret, meaning the price of oil is based on a huge amount of guesswork.
New Way to Boost Crop Production Doesn’t Rely on GMOs or Pesticides
Researchers are fiddling with the plant equivalent of gut bacteria.
by Mike Orcutt
Cheap Gas and Big Cars Are Killing Obama’s Fuel Economy Push
Americans continue to favor light-duty trucks and SUVs.
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A Gender Power Shift in the Making
We are well into the second decade of the 21st century, but the vexing topic of gender in corporate life is commanding more serious attention than ever before.
Striving for Innovation Success in the 21st Century
Open innovation bridges the gap between business and academia. It encourages participation on both sides, through a distributed and decentralized approach.