Par-tu-ri-ent, which was presented at the Biodesign Challenge Summit, would serve as an in-home artificial intelligence pregnancy surrogate. While it's just an idea, it could have big implications if it ever came to fruition.
Companies that have raised gobs of money from investors in part because their employees can afford to work and live in the
I've attended several entrepreneurship events at Fordham University, the most recent in February. Featured speakers included former Huffington Post CTO and current Rebel Mouse Founder and CEO, Paul Berry, as well as Chopt Founder and CEO, Tony Shure.
Let's face it, coding isn't "cool" to most everyday people. In fact, I dare you to go tell one of your friends you're going to start learning how to code. Chances are most of them will laugh at your efforts. They'll tell you not to do it; that you can't do it; that it's a waste of time. People will make fun of you before they offer a helping hand.
Is Africa the place where we can test new ways to re-define work and existence, allowing all of us to have a dignified life? Let us put aside our stereotyped visions of Africa and enable Africans to unleash all their potential for innovation. We may have something to learn from it.
We need more girls in STEM and more women entrepreneurs to start tech and science companies. In my next series of articles, I will introduce you to 10 companies (2 startups at a time), created by the 115 girls who went through this innovative six-week program.
Glints, a career discovery platform, has gotten a lot of buzz in the last few months because of its three young and entrepreneurial founders Oswald Yeo, Ying Cong Seah and Looi Qin En.
Everything started when the trio all entered the same entrepreneurship pitch competition back in 2014, where Ryan ended up winning first place and Blake was awarded runner-up. After Blake and Rita showed interest in joining Ryan, the Adventure Bucket List team was born.
As we think about recent events at the end of 2014 and welcome in the New Year of 2015, I reflect on what we might be able to do on college campuses to alter (and hopefully improve) the trajectory of our society.
Today Klein serves on the Advisory Board for HATCH, a Montana-based think tank of passionate and inspiring people across