3D-Printed Skulls and Spines Could Be the Latest Health Tech Innovation
By Adam Rowe | Aug 14, 2017 at 11:30 am
Last March marked a historic moment for health technology: Dr. Gaurav Gupta, assistant professor of neurosurgery at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, successfully implanted a plastic 3D-printed chunk of skull bone into patient Christopher Cahill. It’s far from the only 3D-printed bone replacement we’ve seen this…
Is the World Ready for College Acceptance Letters in Augmented Reality?
By Conor Cawley | Jul 6, 2017 at 11:30 am
Technology has been used for some pretty crazy reasons. Whether it’s WiFi connected egg trays, self-driving potatoes, or KFC meal boxes that can charge your smartphone, a notable lack of attention to necessity when it comes to innovative ideas rarely gets in the way…
Edtech Startup LeapLearner Wants to Teach Kids to Program Robots
By Tishin Donkersley | Apr 27, 2017 at 3:30 pm
The future of computer science jobs are bright. But in anticipation of a talent shortage, preparing the next generation with the skills to advance technology will be critical to future innovation. One startup is taking a global approach to developing children’s skill sets for the future….
How Yoola Is Bringing Western Influencers to the Chinese Market
By Adam Rowe | Apr 12, 2017 at 10:30 am
In a partnership announced just this morning, the YouTube Multi-Channel Network Yoola has become the first digital media company to help non-Chinese influencers crack into the Chinese market and its massive viewership. Yoola pulled it off with a lengthy laundry list of partnerships with major Chinese social…