Dr. Google: Streamlining Hospital Care Using Google Glass

  Article by Alison K. Lanier | 901 words Three Boston-area hospitals have test-run a pilot program with the startup company Remedy to investigate the potential benefits of Google Glass for hectic medical environments. The Remedy app, among others of its kind, aims to use the hands-free eyepiece device not only to bring hospital data [&hellip

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Vinyl: It’s no Longer Just for Hipsters

  Article by Daniel Perretta | 587 words The music consumer of today has more options than ever before when it comes to the format they want to use when purchasing and listening to music. You can go online for digital downloads, you can drop into FYE or Best Buy and grab the latest CD [&hellip

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Where Does Innovation Come From?

  Article by Bobby Miller | 2,843 words At some point, every parent can count on hearing the dreaded question, “Where do babies come from?”  It’s only natural for children to wonder how something so amazingly complex as a human being came into being in the first place.  They know something special must have happened [&hellip

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Homemade is Healthier: It’s Just that Simple

  Special to Nvate | 734 words It’s no secret that modern life comes with stress, time challenges, and other difficulties including poor eating habits. The Pew Research Social & Demographic Trends survey found that Americans are eating more but enjoying eating less, with eating too much junk food as a matter of convenience being [&hellip

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Where Technology Meets Your Closet

  Article by Jane Stringham | 651 words Technological innovations in the realm of fashion seem limited in the mainstream market to encasing and beautifying your fancy, electronic toys.  Hoodies with headphone holes, purses with dedicated cell phone pockets, and wallets that double as iPhone cases are not uncommon shopping options. Some young engineers and [&hellip

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Is Crowdfunding the Future of the Music Industry?

  Article by Daniel Perretta | 904 words I am sure that all of us have drifted off, thinking about new ideas, projects, and inventions, only to be struck with the quick gut-check of reality.  “How would I even fund something like this?” In recent years, that question has been answered with crowdfunding.  If someone [&hellip

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Are Americans Getting Greener? The Facts on Recycling, Electric Vehicles, and Solar Energy

  Article by Bobby Miller | 1,678 words Walk around a typical store nowadays, and you’ll see plenty of products advertising that they were made using environmentally-friendly materials. Drive around a typical neighborhood on garbage day, and you’ll see more recycling bins out than you did years ago. And I’ll bet that vehicle you’re driving [&hellip

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New Thoughts on Top-Value Home Remodel Projects

  Special to Nvate | 506 words Everyone who plans a large or small remodel must consider how much value the improvement will add to their home. Some home improvements are very cost-effective and others will never be recovered in added value. But the Remodeling Magazine 2014 Cost vs. Value Report found that a new [&hellip

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Stereolithography and the Future of Bioprinting

  Article by Chris Price | 908 words As we continue breaching the new frontier of what we once thought was the future, we will find ourselves unconsciously looking back. Having already reached, conquered, moved past and grown accustomed to those quaint novelties from our past, those same ones are formerly considered “unfathomable depths” from [&hellip

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Expansion in the Face of Aggression: Uber now Offers Grocery Delivery

  Article by Alison K. Lanier | 826 words Uber is apparently undaunted by aggression it has faced from taxi companies over the last year. The ride-share service announced they will be expanding into a grocery delivery service, with a Washington, D.C., pilot program. An Open, Friendly Premise Uber emerged over the last months as [&hellip

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