Time is by far the most important factor in an emergency. What if an ambulance could arrive within seconds of a cardiac event, rather than minutes or hours? Alec Momont, a graduate student at TU Delft in the Netherlands, asked exactly that. Continue reading Student Spotlight: Alec Momont Invents Life-Saving Ambulance Drone
Net neutrality was a hot-button issue for 2014, more so than anyone anticipated. Proponents argue that keeping access to an open Internet (as opposed to privatization) is the best way to encourage learning and innovation well into the future.
Coding is just for computer nerds, right? Wrong! At least, that’s what Code.org is trying to tell kids, and the message is coming through loud and clear. In just over a year, more than 53 million kids have participated in the global phenomenon called Hour of Code.
For many of us, coffee is a way of life. That cup of Joe helps us stay awake to study, create, and solve problems. Pod coffee machines are also great for a jolt when you’re in a rush.
Do you or your students have an idea, but don’t know how to execute it? Great with ideas but fuzzy on the coding? Intrigued by the Internet of Things but don’t know how to jump in? SAM is a wireless Bluetooth kit designed to help innovators who have grand ideas, but little money or coding experience.