Favorite If you were a UN delegate, name the most important issue you would raise awareness about at the United Nations Sustainable Development Summit this week?
Favorite It’s still 2015, but Japan is already actively planning for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Slightly straying from the more elaborate games of the past such as the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Tokyo looks to be the first of a leaner type of Olympic Games. For instance, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was
Favorite If you’re looking for something to study at the intersection of health, science, and engineering, then biocomputation might be what you’re looking for. Stanford University professors claim that of all the innovations in computer science, biocomputation is the field with the potential
Favorite Do you stare at a screen for hours on end? On September 15, Prof. Ian Morgan from the Australian National University at Canberra published a study in the Journal of the American Medical Association confirming that the risk of myopia can be reduced in children. Myopia, or
Favorite Many people, from Bill Gates to Mindy Kaling, have stressed the importance of learning to code. Mayor Bill de Blasio took his enthusiasm to the next level last Wednesday, however, by announcing that New York City will invest $81 million to make computer science courses available to all
Favorite According to recent data, it is expected that virtual reality device sales will hit 14 million units worldwide by the end of 2016 and 38 million units by 2020. Virtual reality has become a major segment for the tech industry as major companies like Facebook-owned Oculus, HTC, Samsung,
Favorite People will now be able to write Yelp review for the IRS, their local post office, or a national park in the same way they review a shop or restaurant. This summer the General Services Administration’s DigitalGov team launched a new initiative that encourages customers and visitors to