Riding the Wave: MicroMobilityColleen TuftsJanuary 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: BioPrintingColleen TuftsJanuary 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 FashionColleen TuftsJanuary 10th, 2022
AR has grown from lenses into virtual fashion try ons—so where is it headed next?
Manufactured Nostalgia: Stepping Forward, Looking BackwardColleen TuftsJanuary 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 VehiclesColleen TuftsDecember 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 EconomyColleen TuftsNovember 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.