The Innovation Category News Archives
State of Louisiana: Street Cred
As an increasing number of states are considering the adoption of digital driver’s licenses, no doubt they’ve picked up useful tips from the state of Louisiana, which is on the vanguard of digital credentialing.
Westmont College: Facing the Cliff
As colleges and universities nationwide face a coming enrollment crisis, Westmont College is pioneering tech solutions specifically for the higher education industry
The Start of Something Big
“Nothing epitomizes market failures more than the cost of insulin,” Newsom said, vowing to “contract and make our own insulin at a cheaper price, close to at cost, and to make it available to all.”
Mix It Up
Energy diversification just makes sense. If we need something this badly, we should do everything we can to make sure we’re not without it. But as you might expect, it’s complicated.
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Tidal energy is the next wave in renewables
Systems to harness tidal energy come in three basic forms: barrages, turbines, and fences. Barrages stretch across a tidal basin, say at the mouth of an inlet or a bay. They catch tidal energy coming and going at high tide and low tide and use sluice gates to control the flow of water.
Amazon’s Alexa and Her New Creepy AI
Agora Leads The Security Conversation Around Real-time Virtual Communication There’s no doubt that the pandemic experience had a significant role in society’s accelerated embrace of contemporary virtual...
Good to the bone
Device helps regrow bone using sound waves
Role of Sleep Number 360® smart bed in advancing sleep quality
Sleep Number’s technology shapes the future of health and wellness