Updated and re-posted, 01/27/2021 …”Entrepreneurs, for the most part, want to help other entrepreneurs. They are smart and think like you. What better way to challenge your thinking than to have another smart person think about your ideas with you?” In Kyle Garman’s brilliant book, The Entrepreneurial Mindset: Preparing Our Next Generation For The Future… Read More Sharing Ideas And the Entrepreneurial Mindset
When you think of 3D printing, you probably think of Makerspaces and clubs where people use small 3D printers for personal projects, like knick-knacks and figurines. We’re used to thinking of it as a hobby, not something that affects our everyday lives and even changes the world. The truth is, though, 3D printing is already… Read More Why 3D Printing Is Kicking Off The 4th Industrial Revolution
Precision medicine, a recently developed technique to diagnose, treat, prevent, and cure diseases, considers the individual’s unique genetic, lifestyle, and environmental factors when designing therapeutic interventions. This new development promises a lot of benefits to both patients and healthcare practitioners. However, it also brings to the fore various challenges in healthcare practice and some new… Read More Precision Medicine as the Future of Medicine: Benefits and Challenges
Here’s why you might eat greenhouse gases in the future. The new food. By ROBBY BERMAN 19 July, 2019. Re-posted from Big Think The company’s protein powder, “Solein,” is similar in form and taste to wheat flour. Based on a concept developed by NASA, the product has wide potential as a carbon-neutral source of protein.… Read More NASA’s idea for making food from thin air just became a reality — it could feed billions
It is the time of the year to indulge in the beautiful weather and outdoor culture the Southwest has to offer. Spending time with friends at home or glam-camping; enjoying opera season and the many things that New Mexico has to offer. Take a look at some furniture ideas that will make your outdoor living… Read More Welcome to inspired outdoor living!
Re-posted from The Santa Fe Reporter, July 12, 2017, by Julia Goldberg Science fiction lovers will probably recognize the galactic tribunal trope from any number of graphic novels, books or films. Santa Fe Institute President David Krakauer introduces the notion of cosmic judges rendering decrees on humanity as part of a thought experiment: “I’m so interested… Read More Out of this World – Santa Fe Institute launches an Interplanetary Project with Galactic Ambitions
Re-posted from ARCHITONIC by Simon Keane-Cowell, Zürich, Switzerland As the world’s busiest revolving door, New York is no stranger to new cultural sights and influences. The 2013 New York Design Week saw a raft of Latin American designers and design collectives exhibit their highly polished and conceptually impressive work to an enthusiastic audience. It’s hot in the city.… Read More The Heat is On: Latin American Design hits New York