XPRIZE Turns to the Crowd to Design Its Next XPRIZEs in Energy, Food & Environment for Visioneering 2018 - Business Wire
May 21, 2018 - XPRIZE Turns to the Crowd to Design Its Next XPRIZEs in Energy, Food & Environment for Visioneering 2018 Business WireToday, the XPRIZE Foundation announced an open call to innovators around the world to help it design future XPRIZEs in five key areas: Off-Grid Energy.
Water Abundance Xprize’s $1.5M winner shows how to source fresh water from the air - TechCrunch
October 22, 2018 - Water Abundance Xprize’s $1.5M winner shows how to source fresh water from the air TechCrunchYou may remember that back in March, the Water Abundance Xprize named the five finalists in its contest to demonstrate the sustainable and scalable collection ...
10 years of XPrizes: Fixing the world one competition at a time - CNET
October 3, 2014 - 10 years of XPrizes: Fixing the world one competition at a time CNETIt was October 4, 2004 that Scaled Composites won the Ansari XPrize. 10 years later, what started as one man's quest to get to space has evolved into an ...
Are XPRIZEs the Future of Scientific Discovery and Exploration? - Scientific American
November 19, 2013 - Are XPRIZEs the Future of Scientific Discovery and Exploration? Scientific AmericanJust over three years ago, engineer and entrepreneur Peter Diamandis took the winners of his Progressive Auto XPRIZE competition on a victory lap through ...
XPrize’s $5 million AI competition is down to 59 teams - TechCrunch
December 5, 2017 - XPrize’s $5 million AI competition is down to 59 teams TechCrunchA year after launching, the IBM Watson-sponsored AI XPrize has been whittled down to 59 teams. That number's down from 147 in May, which, in turn, was ...
There are 147 teams competing in XPrize’s broad-ranging AI competition - TechCrunch
May 3, 2017 - There are 147 teams competing in XPrize’s broad-ranging AI competition TechCrunchThe Xprize foundation has whittled its latest competition down from 10,000 sign ups to 147 teams in its first-ever “open” competition. Announced in June of last ...
Which Pittsburgh tech companies advanced in XPRIZE competitions? - NEXTpittsburgh
December 18, 2017 - Which Pittsburgh tech companies advanced in XPRIZE competitions? NEXTpittsburghTech companies from all over Pittsburgh have made quite an impression on XPRIZE, a leader in seeking innovative solutions to the world's greatest challenges.
Ocean XPrize finalists dive deep with undersea swarms, drones - CNET
March 7, 2018 - Ocean XPrize finalists dive deep with undersea swarms, drones CNETRobo-swarms and autonomous vehicles make the cut for the $7 million Shell Ocean Discovery XPrize competition to explore the deep sea.
Underwater swarms and sonar-bombing drones: Meet the deep-sea Xprize finalists - Digital Trends
March 7, 2018 - Underwater swarms and sonar-bombing drones: Meet the deep-sea Xprize finalists Digital TrendsNine finalists have been announced for the Shell Ocean Discovery Xprize, a three-year competition to map the deep seafloor using autonomous technology.
XPrize's Next Moonshot Competition? Turning Yourself Into a Robot - Inc.
March 12, 2018 - XPrize's Next Moonshot Competition? Turning Yourself Into a Robot Inc.If you can't beat the robots, become one. XPrize, the organization founded by entrepreneur Peter Diamandis and meant to encourage moonshot projects, ...
Delhi team wins $1mn XPrize for women's safety device inspired by Nirbhaya - The News Minute
June 7, 2018 - Delhi team wins $1mn XPrize for women's safety device inspired by Nirbhaya The News MinuteA technology team from Delhi inspired by Nirbhaya has won the $1 million Anu and Naveen Jain XPrize for Women's Safety by developing a device that will ...
XPrize Foundation Contest: $10M If You Can Build a Working Robot Avatar - Outer Places
March 14, 2018 - XPrize Foundation Contest: $10M If You Can Build a Working Robot Avatar Outer PlacesThe team of scientists that can first create a practical, working robot avatar will be awarded a cool $10 million for their trouble.
EXCLUSIVE: XPRIZE's and Singularity's Peter Diamandis on the emerging world of 'haves and super-haves' - Upstart
September 13, 2016 - EXCLUSIVE: XPRIZE's and Singularity's Peter Diamandis on the emerging world of 'haves and super-haves' UpstartDr. Peter Diamandis, XPRIZE Foundation's founder and Singularity University's co-founder, describes how "we're going from a world of have and have-nots, to a ...
"ANA AVATAR XPRIZE" Selected As A Top Prize Concept At XPRIZE's Visioneers 2016 Summit - PR Newswire
October 4, 2016 - "ANA AVATAR XPRIZE" Selected As A Top Prize Concept At XPRIZE's Visioneers 2016 Summit PR NewswireLOS ANGELES, Oct. 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- ANA, Japan's largest airline, had their Avatar XPRIZE selected as a top prize concept at XPRIZE's inaugural ...
5 Things You Should Know about XPRIZE and Incentivized Prize Competitions - Tech.Co
February 10, 2014 - 5 Things You Should Know about XPRIZE and Incentivized Prize Competitions Tech.CoAt an event last Wednesday at Tesla Motors in downtown DC, the X Prize Foundation held a panel discussion on the role of incentivized prize competitions on ...
Seattle writers join XPRIZE’s sci-fi advisory council; air travel tales get set for takeoff - GeekWire
June 4, 2017 - Seattle writers join XPRIZE’s sci-fi advisory council; air travel tales get set for takeoff GeekWireXPRIZE recruits an all-star lineup of science fiction masters, including Seattle authors, to create fictional “road maps” for future innovations.
XPRIZE Launches Spinoff to Fix More of Humanity's Problems - Wired
March 17, 2015 - XPRIZE Launches Spinoff to Fix More of Humanity's Problems WiredX Prize's new spinoff, HeroX, will allow any individual or organization to set up their own prize competitions online.
XPRIZE Launches New Visioneering Model for Evaluating and Selecting the Next XPRIZE Competition - Business Wire
August 16, 2016 - XPRIZE Launches New Visioneering Model for Evaluating and Selecting the Next XPRIZE Competition Business WireXPRIZE, the global leader in incentivized prize competitions, today announced that nine international teams have been selected to design the next gene.
$15m is available to solve a burning problem - The Economist
April 9, 2018 - $15m is available to solve a burning problem The EconomistTHE X Prize foundation, based near Los Angeles, exists to encourage particular innovations that might be useful but from which conventional financial backers ...
The Qualcomm Tricorder X Prize has its winner, but work on tricorders will continue - MobiHealthNews
April 13, 2017 - The Qualcomm Tricorder X Prize has its winner, but work on tricorders will continue MobiHealthNewsAfter more than five years of designing, building, and testing versatile, portable consumer medical devices, the $10 million Qualcomm Tricorder X Prize has ...
New XPRIZE will map the world’s oceans - The Boston Globe
December 14, 2015 - New XPRIZE will map the world’s oceans The Boston GlobeThe new $7 million competition wants to explore the earth's last frontier to find sources of pollution and make medical discoveries.
Doctors as Weavers — The Qualcomm Tricorder XPrize - InsideSources
February 8, 2017 - Doctors as Weavers — The Qualcomm Tricorder XPrize InsideSourcesIn the 20th century, an American dream was for your child to become a medical doctor. A 18th-century British parent might similarly have dreamed of a.
The XPrize's Lunar Deadline Looms - IEEE Spectrum
December 30, 2014 - The XPrize's Lunar Deadline Looms IEEE SpectrumGriffin is a pack mule with a mission. The four-footed spacecraft is designed to carry 1.7 metric tons of fuel in its belly. It's girded by wide aluminum deck plates, ...
Google Ventures' Bill Maris and Xprize's Peter Diamandis Go 'Back to the Future' - Re/code
October 20, 2015 - Google Ventures' Bill Maris and Xprize's Peter Diamandis Go 'Back to the Future' Re/codeDirector Robert Zemeckis took his shot at predicting the future in “Back to the Future II,” the 1989 movie that imagined we'd all be scooting around on hover ...
IBM and XPrize Bet $5 Million on Making Us Forget About Skynet - Inverse
February 19, 2016 - IBM and XPrize Bet $5 Million on Making Us Forget About Skynet InverseIBM and XPrize announced on Wednesday the launch of the IBM Watson A.I. XPrize, a $5 million challenge to use IBM's artificial intelligence platform to apply ...
Two Star Trek 'Tricorders' Have Made It to the Final Round of XPRIZE - Seeker
December 14, 2016 - Two Star Trek 'Tricorders' Have Made It to the Final Round of XPRIZE SeekerIn the original Star Trek series, Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy was forever running around the USS Enterprise with his tricorder, a fantastic space-age device that ...
2018 young hen from Blue Boss making it a full brother to the 2014 UK Sprint Champion. - Elimar Pigeon Services
December 7, 2018 - 2018 young hen from Blue Boss making it a full brother to the 2014 UK Sprint Champion. Elimar Pigeon ServicesWere else would you get birds like this? Due to leaving the sport we are parting with this lovely young hen. This hen was unraced and undarkened and wanting ...
University of Montana chemist, inventor talks about path to the XPRIZE - The Missoulian
August 7, 2015 - University of Montana chemist, inventor talks about path to the XPRIZE The MissoulianWhen Sunburst Sensors won $1.5 million in prize money last month, the work of Michael DeGrandpre went from the trash bin to the international stage.
Ratan Tata to bring XPrize Foundation to India - Livemint
December 5, 2014 - Ratan Tata to bring XPrize Foundation to India LivemintBacked by Tata, the US-based non-profit XPrize Foundation plans to make an announcement on 11 December about its India operations.
What Are the Economic Incentives to Invent? - Smithsonian.com
November 8, 2018 - What Are the Economic Incentives to Invent? Smithsonian.comPrizes and patents may fulfill different needs, but together they fuel innovation.
Moon Express says first launch is 'definitely' happening in 2018 - CNBC
November 30, 2017 - Moon Express says first launch is 'definitely' happening in 2018 CNBCMoon Express, a company planning to mine material on the moon, is "definitely" going to launch its first mission next year, and could have human colonies there ...
Fly me to the moon - Fortune India
April 12, 2018 - Fly me to the moon Fortune IndiaReports suggest that Team Indus's Moon mission has come to halt for lack of funds for a launch. In hindsight, funding has always been a trouble for the project.
$10 million Genomics X Prize canceled: 'Outpaced by innovation' - NBCNews.com
August 23, 2013 - $10 million Genomics X Prize canceled: 'Outpaced by innovation' NBCNews.comFor the first time in its 18-year history, the X Prize Foundation is canceling one of its $10 million competitions for technological innovation: the Archon Genomics ...
$5 Million Prize for Origin of Genetic Code - IEEE Spectrum
May 8, 2018 - $5 Million Prize for Origin of Genetic Code IEEE SpectrumOrganizers say knowing how DNA came to be could lead to intelligent, evolving computer code.
X Prize: Spurring Innovation Through Competition - LiveScience.com
January 6, 2014 - X Prize: Spurring Innovation Through Competition LiveScience.comAn X Prize is an award given to the person or organization that achieves specific goals set forth in competitions that are intended to spur innovation and ...
Ten million dollar Qualcomm Medical Tricorder Xprize has been officially launched - Next Big Future
January 10, 2012 - Ten million dollar Qualcomm Medical Tricorder Xprize has been officially launched Next Big FutureA few days ago, Nextbigfuture has reviewed the Life sciences related Xprizes that were under development of consideration.
Eyes on the prize can spur innovation and the development of new industries - Irish Times
August 9, 2018 - Eyes on the prize can spur innovation and the development of new industries Irish TimesCapturing the attention and enthusiasm of the public can do much to drive innovation throughout the economy at large.
Crowdsourcing innovations to tackle Alzheimer's - Digital Journal
September 17, 2017 - Crowdsourcing innovations to tackle Alzheimer's Digital JournalA group of scientists and advocates have come together to crowdsource a new approach progress leapfrog scientific understanding and to side-step the ...
Want Entrepreneurs To Solve A Problem? Offer Them A Prize - Forbes
July 29, 2015 - Want Entrepreneurs To Solve A Problem? Offer Them A Prize ForbesPrizes are becoming an increasingly popular way for entrepreneurs to find investors. Here's what to look out for.
A novel way for radio stations to source prizes - Radioinfo
November 21, 2018 - A novel way for radio stations to source prizes RadioinfoIt used to be that radio stations would hit up their existing clients and prospective advertisers for prize giveaways. You could always rely on your friendly local ...
The Rooster gets his red back and other changes planned by The Donut Whole’s new owners - The Wichita Eagle
July 30, 2018 - The Rooster gets his red back and other changes planned by The Donut Whole’s new owners The Wichita EagleTariq and Raissa Azmi, who recently took over The Donut Whole from founder Michael Carmody, say they are making changes slowly and deliberately. Today ...
Singularity University and the philosophy of the moonshot - Memeburn
November 3, 2015 - Singularity University and the philosophy of the moonshot MemeburnMichael Fichardt recently spent 10 weeks at Singularity University. Located in Silicon Valley, the institution is part university, part think-tank, and.
Two Lotto players celebrate Father’s Day weekend win - newsie.co.nz
September 1, 2018 - Two Lotto players celebrate Father’s Day weekend win newsie.co.nzAs Kiwi families come together to celebrate dads this weekend, two Lotto players have extra reason to celebrate after each winning $500,000 with Lotto First ...
As a Tech Couple Looks to the Oceans, Saving Blue Whales Emerges as a Priority - Inside Philanthropy
March 27, 2017 - As a Tech Couple Looks to the Oceans, Saving Blue Whales Emerges as a Priority Inside PhilanthropyMarc and Lynne Benioff launched their marine giving last year with a crowdsourced twist. Submissions from the public have led to their first issue: preventing ...
A Conversation With Robert K. Weiss, President of X Prize Foundation - Wired
June 21, 2011 - A Conversation With Robert K. Weiss, President of X Prize Foundation WiredRobert K. Weiss has had an interesting career and has more geek cred than you can possibly imagine. For many years, he worked in Hollywood as a writer on ...
What if you could mine the Moon? - BBC News
March 7, 2013 - What if you could mine the Moon? BBC NewsA new space race is taking shape this one to become the first to mine on the moon.
Winners to see Monster Jam | News Local - Daily Telegraph
August 26, 2018 - Winners to see Monster Jam | News Local Daily TelegraphThe most family-friendly, gravity-defying action motorsport entertainment show is heading to ANZ Stadium on October 13.
Quora Turns 80M Visitors Into Q&A Bounty Hunters With Knowledge Prizes - TechCrunch
January 27, 2016 - Quora Turns 80M Visitors Into Q&A Bounty Hunters With Knowledge Prizes TechCrunchQuora is going to let companies pay cash to incentivize great answers to their burning questions. It's a forceful way to squeeze private insights into its public ...
The X Prize Foundation's India Plans - Forbes India
December 5, 2012 - The X Prize Foundation's India Plans Forbes IndiaThe X Prize Foundation believes in incentivising development with large, high-profile prizes. And now, they're setting up an India prize.
US should not just fix infrastructure or stimulate the economy but fund massive leapfrog technology with large competitive prizes and goals - Next Big Future
January 5, 2017 - US should not just fix infrastructure or stimulate the economy but fund massive leapfrog technology with large competitive prizes and goals Next Big FutureFrom 2016 to 2025, each household will lose $3,400 each year in disposable income due to infrastructure deficiencies; and if not addressed, the loss will grow ...
Big Pharma Incentives Are Out of Whack: Why We Need an X-Prize for Drugs - Wired
October 11, 2012 - Big Pharma Incentives Are Out of Whack: Why We Need an X-Prize for Drugs WiredOur patent system grants drug companies the exclusive right to sell their innovations without "generic" competition for years. Big Pharma points out that such ...
Colleges Need to Work Together to Build Competencies of the Future - EdSurge
July 31, 2017 - Colleges Need to Work Together to Build Competencies of the Future EdSurgeTo address the disconnect between higher education and the workforce, several colleges are experimenting with microcredentials, certificates, clusters of ...
XXXTentacion Is, Unfortunately, Not Going Anywhere - Complex
March 27, 2018 - XXXTentacion Is, Unfortunately, Not Going Anywhere ComplexThe 20-year-old Florida rapper has been polarizing since day one. The only thing that's changed is a new batch of songs.
More Optimistic Than Millennials, Gen Z Is Here to Revolutionize the Housing Market - PropertyShark
September 4, 2018 - More Optimistic Than Millennials, Gen Z Is Here to Revolutionize the Housing Market PropertySharkTo better understand the difference in attitude between Gen Z, Millennials and Gen X towards homeownership, intergenerational living and saving for a down ...
Google offers jackpot to one research group - Nature.com
November 10, 2015 - Google offers jackpot to one research group Nature.comCompany matches American Heart Association for a $50-million grant to a single coronary-artery-disease project.
IBM Watson launches a $5 million artifical intelligence X Prize - MobiHealthNews
June 23, 2016 - IBM Watson launches a $5 million artifical intelligence X Prize MobiHealthNewsAs the $10 million Qualcomm Tricorder X Prize draws to a close, the X Prize Foundation has teamed up with IBM Watson to launch a new contest, a $5 million ...
A Shocking Solution to Save Coral Reefs - Huffington Post
September 29, 2015 - A Shocking Solution to Save Coral Reefs Huffington PostIt's one thing to lament the continuing loss of the world's coral reefs due to rising ocean temperatures and acidity -- one study says they shrank from 2...
Florida Company Gets Approval to Put Robotic Lander on Moon - The New York Times
August 3, 2016 - Florida Company Gets Approval to Put Robotic Lander on Moon The New York TimesA small start-up has received the green light from the federal government to do something that NASA has not done for more than four decades: land on the moon ...
Singularity Summit Highlights - Next Big Future
October 26, 2008 - Singularity Summit Highlights Next Big FutureIntel's vision is a “multi-radio” that can jump from one WLAN or WAN protocol to another quickly. Here, as with the camera example, the idea is to fully exploit ...
John McCarthy's Thoughts on the Wonders of Progress - Wired
October 16, 2013 - John McCarthy's Thoughts on the Wonders of Progress WiredEvery now and then, you stumble across something simply wonderful on the Internet. You find a gem that requires bringing it to others' attention. That's what ...
You’ll wait a long time for a mammoth return on the premium bonds - Financial Times
April 12, 2017 - You’ll wait a long time for a mammoth return on the premium bonds Financial TimesApril was not a good month — even though I will pay less tax this year and I am lucky enough not to rely on frozen benefits or indeed frozen pay. But I did not win ...
Billionaire space prospectors are racing to mine the moon, and that’s a good thing - Digital Trends
July 23, 2017 - Billionaire space prospectors are racing to mine the moon, and that’s a good thing Digital TrendsMining the moon might sound like a crazy idea, but there's a handful of companies closer to launch than you might think.
Author Steven Kotler on tackling the biodiversity crisis with technology - Mongabay.com
October 25, 2017 - Author Steven Kotler on tackling the biodiversity crisis with technology Mongabay.comSteven Kotler is a leading thinker on how technology can be employed to halt the global loss of biodiversity. Recently the prolific author and journalist convened ...
Calling all mavericks, for a good X Prize cause - San Francisco Chronicle
May 19, 2010 - Calling all mavericks, for a good X Prize cause San Francisco ChronicleAside from fostering a "radical benefit for humanity," the other great thing about the X Prize Foundation dinner Saturday at LucasFilms' Letterman Digital Arts ...
Coming Soon: A Brain X Prize? - Fast Company
October 25, 2010 - Coming Soon: A Brain X Prize? Fast CompanyThe X Prize Foundation is known for spurring innovative solutions to big problems with cash prizes. So far, the foundation has taken on everything from space ...
The Moon is a harsh milestone - The Space Review
July 24, 2017 - The Moon is a harsh milestone The Space ReviewIn another speech, his comment might have gotten more attention. However, a 75-minute talk by SpaceX CEO Elon Musk July 19—in the form of an onstage ...
Glitz and Google -- tech titan tosses A-list bash for X Prize Foundation - San Francisco Chronicle
March 5, 2007 - Glitz and Google -- tech titan tosses A-list bash for X Prize Foundation San Francisco ChronicleIf Google Inc. can provide heated toilet seats for its almost 7000 employees at Googleplex world headquarters, then it's a cinch that Google is well suited to help ...
Lotto Powerball jackpots to $22 million - New Zealand Herald
September 2, 2017 - Lotto Powerball jackpots to $22 million New Zealand HeraldForgot to get a Lotto ticket tonight? Never fear, there's $22 million up for grabs on Wednesday instead. Powerball wasn't struck during tonight's draw so will be ...
How Clean Energy Will Shift in the Trump Era | Fast Forward - OZY
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50 BC innovations to watch - Technology - Business in Vancouver
November 27, 2017 - 50 BC innovations to watch - Technology Business in VancouverDene Moore sums up all 50 innovations across a wide range of industries such as technology, financial services, education, resources, clean tech and ...
Opinion: Fintech should be eco-friendly - Financial Times
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How Congress Can Cure Alzheimer's - Daily Beast
May 11, 2015 - How Congress Can Cure Alzheimer's Daily BeastWhy Republicans and Democrats are finally coming around to the idea that it costs less to cure diseases like Alzheimer's than to treat them.
High Stakes Cash Player Julian Hart Wins X Foundation Event - Roy 'The Oracle' Winston Blog - CardPlayer.com
April 26, 2010 - High Stakes Cash Player Julian Hart Wins X Foundation Event - Roy 'The Oracle' Winston Blog CardPlayer.comCelebrity poker players Chris Ferguson, Rafe Furst, Phil Gordon, Annie Duke, Andy Bloch and Lawrence Bender have joined with the X Prize Foundation to ...
Transgender student drops out, alleges discrimination at Missoula College - The Missoulian
August 8, 2015 - Transgender student drops out, alleges discrimination at Missoula College The MissoulianJame Wallack came out to her wife three days after they married in Drummond. She couldn't bring herself to do so earlier.
Thorny research problems, solved by crowdsourcing - Boston Globe
February 11, 2013 - Thorny research problems, solved by crowdsourcing Boston GlobeFaced with a tough data analysis challenge as he struggled to answer important questions about how the immune system works, Dr. Ramy Arnaout of Beth Israel ...
5 Years After SpaceShipOne: Commercial Spaceflight Ready for 'Go' - Space.com
October 3, 2009 - 5 Years After SpaceShipOne: Commercial Spaceflight Ready for 'Go' Space.comIt has been five years since SpaceShipOne screamed its way into the history books and the aftershocks from its suborbital space shots are still being felt.
Healthy competition - The Economist
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X Prize: making the Tricorder a reality - Wired.co.uk
February 17, 2013 - X Prize: making the Tricorder a reality Wired.co.ukX Prize is fuelling a race to make the Tricorder a reality.
A look ahead at 2016: What research trends will be hot—and what will not? - Science /AAAS
December 30, 2015 - A look ahead at 2016: What research trends will be hot—and what will not? Science /AAASAt the end of 2015, Science looked back at some of the biggest science stories of the year. Now we're looking forward, pondering which research trends and ...
Stephen Hawking claims victory in gravitational wave bet - The Guardian
March 18, 2014 - Stephen Hawking claims victory in gravitational wave bet The GuardianCosmologist says he has won the wager with a fellow physicist about what happened in the first moments after the big bang.
Van Life: The Strangers I Met on the Road From Montana to Oregon - Gizmodo
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Innovative Ideas to Watch in 2012 - blogs.hbr.org
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The Carbon Diet Fallacy - Slate Magazine
January 8, 2015 - The Carbon Diet Fallacy Slate MagazineThis article is part of Future Tense, a partnership of Slate, New America, and Arizona State University. On Thursday, Jan. 15, Future Tense will hold an event in ...
Ekka Facebook Family Pass Giveaway - Yahoo7 News
June 20, 2017 - Ekka Facebook Family Pass Giveaway Yahoo7 NewsChannel 7 Queensland. Ekka Facebook Family Pass Giveaway. Terms and Conditions. By entering the "Channel 7 Queensland Ekka Facebook Family Pass ...
Nathan Myhrvold: The Wealthy Should Fund Innovation - Technology Review
September 12, 2012 - Nathan Myhrvold: The Wealthy Should Fund Innovation Technology ReviewThe former chief technology officer of Microsoft on why he's backing the nuclear energy startup TerraPower.
Deadly Monster Winter Storm Batters US Eastern Seaboard – More Snow and Ice on the Way! - Universe Today
February 13, 2014 - Deadly Monster Winter Storm Batters US Eastern Seaboard – More Snow and Ice on the Way! Universe TodayThis visible image of the winter storm over the U.S. south and East Coast was taken by NOAA's GOES-13 satellite on Feb. 13 at 1455 UTC/9:45 a.m. EST.
Can Humans Survive? - LiveScience.com
July 19, 2010 - Can Humans Survive? LiveScience.comHumans have survived ice ages and deadly pandemics to become the dominant species on Earth, even if our reign over the planet barely represents a blip in a ...
Money Seeks Idea - Technology Review
September 5, 2012 - Money Seeks Idea Technology ReviewBusinesses are adapting their R&D spending to the idea that innovation can come from anywhere.
How Crazy Ideas Could Power the Future - LiveScience.com
December 10, 2008 - How Crazy Ideas Could Power the Future LiveScience.comThe next X Prize competition is organizing a contest of crazy green ideas.
The New Arms Race: Cops Vs. Criminals — Let’s Use Our Brains to Make Sure That Civilization Wins - Breitbart News
July 17, 2016 - The New Arms Race: Cops Vs. Criminals — Let’s Use Our Brains to Make Sure That Civilization Wins Breitbart NewsWe are in an arms race: cops vs. criminals. Let's confront that reality and hereby highly resolve that we, the forces of order and civilization, will prevail.
Fred Wilson on Why the Collapse of Venture Capital is Good - Technology Review
September 7, 2012 - Fred Wilson on Why the Collapse of Venture Capital is Good Technology ReviewThe well-known investor behind the likes of Twitter and Foursquare says venture capital funds have gotten too big.
Your guide to New Year's Eve in Fairbanks - Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
December 30, 2015 - Your guide to New Year's Eve in Fairbanks Fairbanks Daily News-MinerFAIRBANKS — If you're in the party zone, New Year's Eve is the night to go out and be seen, regardless of the lines, the crowds and the craziness. That.
The Narrowing Ambitions of Venture Capital - Technology Review
September 6, 2012 - The Narrowing Ambitions of Venture Capital Technology ReviewVenture capital was supposed to be the financial engine of American innovation. Instead, it's become a reflection of its own limitations.
Conference Review: Exponential Medicine 2014 - Anti Aging News
December 22, 2014 - Conference Review: Exponential Medicine 2014 Anti Aging NewsHighlights from Exponential Medicine 2014, a program that shared briefings on technologies ranging from 3D printing to personalized stem cell lines, artificial.
Channel 7 Queensland Paniyiri Family Pass Giveaway - Yahoo7 News
May 11, 2017 - Channel 7 Queensland Paniyiri Family Pass Giveaway Yahoo7 News2.1 Subject to clause 2.2, entry is open to all residents of Brisbane, Queensland, 13 years of age and older, where the Channel Seven signal is received.
Meet Ankur Jain, the Best-Connected 21-Year-Old in the World - Inc.com
February 28, 2017 - Meet Ankur Jain, the Best-Connected 21-Year-Old in the World Inc.comAnkur Jain is the founder of the Kairos Society, a network of college business owners dedicated to changing the world.
The strange contagion of a dream - The Space Review
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Wicklow town Shop Local Campaign 2016 – Winners - WicklowNews.Net
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Automotive X Prize Finalists Race to Top 100 MPGe - Treehugger
August 7, 2010 - Automotive X Prize Finalists Race to Top 100 MPGe TreehuggerX-Tracer and ZAP compete for the X Prize. Photos courtesy of Progressive Automotive X Prize After a series of eliminations at Michigan International Speedway ...
The eternal isolation of our spheres - The Hindu
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