Is Philadelphia the Silicon Valley of health tech innovation? If local investors and healthcare providers have their way, it soon could be. The area – already well known for its culture and cuisine… Continue reading
This story originally appeared in Free Enterprise Online hacking isn’t new. People have been hacking computers and handheld devices for years—either with aims to improve what exists, or with more nefarious goals like… Continue reading
Stereotypical references about Lunar New Year (also known colloquially as Chinese New Year) usually evoke images of fortune cookies, dumpling delicacies, and paper dragons. But things have changed in recent years. With China’s… Continue reading
This story was originally published in Free Enterprise magazine The periodic table gained four new elements in January, thanks to a dedicated group of scientists in the U.S., Japan and Russia. The manmade… Continue reading
This story was originally published in Motherboard.com. Revolutionizing the health care industry can be difficult, and no one knows that better than 31-year-old Elizabeth Holmes.
This story was originally published in Free Enterprise magazine London-based startup Segura Systems is battling sweatshops in an unusual way. Not with billboard campaigns, fundraising initiatives or even celebrity spokespeople, but instead with… Continue reading
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This story was originally published in Fashion Magazine. What happens when you mix equal amounts of technology and beauty together? You get the best (and arguably most futuristic) beauty products on the market… Continue reading