Judy Heumann I was born in 1947. And in 1949, there was another polio epidemic and I had polio. When I was 5 years old, my mother took me to school to register me. And that was the first time… Read More ›
Humans arrived in North America at least 15,000 years earlier than we thought, discoveries show — which suggests they came by boat
Mads Thomsen Archaeologists have long debated when and how the first people made it to North America from Asia. Researchers previously thought early humans crossed the Bering land bridge from Siberia to Canada 13,000 years ago. But artifacts discovered in… Read More ›
Bjarke Ingels Group has unveiled the design for The Plus, a furniture factory for Norwegian urban furniture manufacturer Vestre. The project is expected to become the most sustainable of its kind in the world.
A recent publication in the journal Angewandte Chemie brings attention to an improved way of generating clean hydrogen. For many years, hydrogen production has proven costly to the environment, as industrial hydrogen production uses partial methane oxidation and fossil gasification. Currently, 95%… Read More ›
ICYMI: Today, the EU-funded CityChangerCargoBike project released key results of the first European Cargo Bike Industry Survey. These results are based on anonymised sales data provided by 38 cargo bike brands. After selling 17,800 cargo bikes in 2018 and 28,500… Read More ›
ICYMI: With the spotlight now on hygiene, I talk to Andrea Basilova, co-founder of Slovakian firm Sensoneo, about how smart waste management fits into the […] – via @akwyzhttp://dlvr.it/Rbr5yn
US technology giant Apple did not unlawfully benefit from state aid as part of corporate tax rulings in Ireland, the general court of the EU said on Wednesday (15 July). The decision annuls the European Commission’s bid to claim €13 billion back in unlawful tax advantages.
Windows 10 patches for July resolve some of the major bugs which have recently hit the operating system. The issues in question are serious problems with OneDrive, along with printer functionality being accidentally torpedoed (by a previous batch of Windows… Read More ›
As technology costs have declined, more developers are creating buildings that can benefit the Earth by tackling pollution and save money by producing their own power.
This post is by Belinda Noble, co-founder of Communicators Declare and founder of BeNoble Communications. She has a Masters in Leadership and experience spanning journalism, PR and communications. One of the things I get asked most is how people can… Read More ›