Steve Tidball—the CEO and co-founder of Vollebak—is passionate about leveraging technology and science to create the clothing of the future. He and his brother co-founded the apparel brand in 2016 and have completely shaken up the industry. They focus on creating clothing from exotic materials such as graphene and algae, each with its own unique … Continue reading Steve Tidball of Vollebak on the Future of Clothing & Exotic Materials
We all love these cuties. Back in 2016, when I visited Faroes, I was captivated by these birds, especially their faces, with their big beaks. I sat on the edge of a cliff and watched these birds come and go, mesmerized. Their odd-shaped bodies and that funky beak, made me wonder: why do the puffins … Continue reading Why do Puffins have big beaks?
It is easy to get despondent about the future and its challenges, especially with the massive amount of change ahead due to climate and weather modifications we are continuing to experience. However, it is good to not give up hope, as science and technology will give us some options. UC Berkeley’s Omar Yaghi and his … Continue reading Coming soon: a device that harvests water in a desert
Happy birthday, Carl Sagan. Thanks for leaving a legacy and the gift of your writings. In his 1995 book, The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark, noted writer, astronomer and philosopher Sagan noted: I have a foreboding of an America in my children s or grandchildren s time — when the United … Continue reading Carl Sagan on Dystopia, Fake News & Big Tech
Editor in chief of Lancet, one of the more respected scientific journals points out that half the literature being published is false. A sobering comment if any. Read the whole thing! #