Peter Diamandis is the founder and executive chairman of the XPRIZE Foundation, which designs and operates large-scale incentive competitions to, in essence, change the world. In the words of its own criteria, an Xprize must be bold, audacious, and achievable. It must target market failure, drive investment, and give birth to a new industry. And, […]
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XPRIZE Founder Peter Diamandis: ‘We’re Living at a Time When Individual Entrepreneurs Are More Powerful Than Governments’
What’s more fun than a jet ski? A jet ski that can freakin’ fly!
The top 10 breakthrough technologies and the key players leading the charge, according to MIT Technology Review
Every fall, MIT Technology Review’s editors get together to begin the months-long process of reviewing their coverage. The goal? To create a list of the top ten technological advances from the last year that will have the greatest longterm global impact on consumers.
The dream of “quantum computing” – harnessing the power of quantum-level mechanics in order to create computers far faster and more powerful than any available today – came a step closer to reality recently.
TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese engineering researchers say they have created a tiny electronic light the size of a firefly which rides waves of ultrasound, and could eventually figure in applications ranging from moving displays to projection mapping.
A section of the electronic skin developed by scientists at the University of Colorado Boulder. Biomedicine just took another leap forward. University of Colorado Boulder scientists created so-called electronic skin—e-skin for short. The e-skin is a thin, semi-transparent material that can act like your skin through measuring temperature, pressure, humidity and air flow. The new […]
10 times stronger than steel, with only 5 percent of its density.
Mugs that heat your coffee just right,elevators that move more than up and down, a smarter smart phone and more.
They are real diamonds. That’s what the industry behind diamonds made inside a scientific laboratory wants you to believe.
If a fetus can be transferred to a fabricated womb, can the right to abortion survive?