• Riding the Wave: MicroMobility
    Colleen Tufts
    January 24th, 2022

    Micromobility is the use of shared lightweight vehicles—bikes, scooters, and segways—to reduce carbon emissions. How will it affect the infrastructure of our cities?

  • In Our Orbit: BioPrinting
    Colleen Tufts
    January 18th, 2022

    In 2019, Israel produced a tiny heart, just about big enough to fit a rabbit. Submerged in a small cube of liquid to sustain it, the heart wasn’t able to pump blood—in fact, the cherry-sized, anatomically correct heart couldn’t function like a real heart at all, but its remarkable potential made it a historic invention.

  • AR and The Future of Fashion
    Colleen Tufts
    January 10th, 2022

    AR has grown from lenses into virtual fashion try ons—so where is it headed next?

  • Manufactured Nostalgia: Stepping Forward, Looking Backward
    Colleen Tufts
    January 3rd, 2022

    Obsolescence is a natural part of innovation—as long as people have been inventing new technologies, old technologies have been going out of style. So why are these older technologies making a triumphant return?

  • Running Out of Road? The State of Electric Vehicles
    Colleen Tufts
    December 27th, 2021

    Four-fifths of the world’s energy is supplied by fossil fuels, which could run out as early as 2050. Let’s take a look at how different cities are integrating alternative fuels.

  • How CGI Influencers Make Waves in the Attention Economy
    Colleen Tufts
    November 18th, 2021

    Influencers can spell success for marketing, but some media startups have created a guarantee. Meet the scripted and CGI influencers dominating social media.