Connected Safety

As we continue our journey through an increasingly dangerous world, many are turning to various technologies to help protect their well-being. Crime, terrorist attacks and environmental issues have created a sense of fear, and people are concerned about their safety … Read More

Honey Offers Sweet Alternatives

For centuries, people have enjoyed honey as a sweet treat and a wonderful addition to many foods. In the past, it was used to enhance foods, fight infection and to even make mead, an alcoholic drink. Honey has come a … Read More

Space is Open for Business

Space may not be the final frontier, but it certainly is the next frontier. Companies are starting to develop ways to get their brands in space. Despite newly approved funding to the tune of $20 billion, NASA is already relying … Read More

Athletes Under a Data Microscope

Player tracking data provides new layers of relevant feedback for both casual fans and athletes looking to improve. Tracking technologies enhance the viewing experience for fans by letting them see where their favorite players are located on the field, and … Read More

Workshop Concepts: Cheating

Cheating in sports is nothing new, but the cheaters themselves are getting younger and younger. The past two decades have shown us a very nasty and low-character side of sports. Dozens of top athletes, many of whom were role models … Read More

Emerging Evidence: Basic Living Wage

A basic living wage could remake American Society as we know it. … Read More

Q315 Topic: The War on Waste

The Green Movement has evolved beyond preventative and into pro-active. It is no longer good enough to simply cut emissions or recycle—now there is a call to be able to use the excess that is otherwise wasted. … Read More

Q315 Topic: Home Is Where You Are

An old adage says home is where the heart is, but that seems to be changing. Now, home is where I am. … Read More