Plastic is not toxic. It prevents food wastage. It has a smaller carbon footprint than other materials. And now, more than ever, its sanitary and health benefits are in sharp relief. Let’s debate on the basis of science instead of emotions, OK?
In the midst of a global coronavirus pandemic, some worry about the end time and what is to blame -- technology or humanity? Dr. Shannon Vallor shares her surprising insights.
GPUs and CPUs are reaching their limits as far as AI is concerned. That’s why Tenstorrent is creating something different.
Tired of your smartphone? You can follow this inventor’s example and create a working rotary dial cellphone instead.
The additive developed by Tosaf for polyolefin nonwoven fabrics and films will be used in the production of disposable face masks, protective apparel, and similar medical products.
A conducting polymer that rapidly fabricates electronic devices could one day be used for neurological treatments and therapies.
It is hard to imagine a time when soldiers didn't have a trusty Jeep for transportation.
Engineers will certainly relate to Don’s humor. Just think about the likelihood of putting a USB drive in upside down almost every time.
Technology, especially semiconductor electronics, is the modern Atlas holding up the global economy, but business sages foresee titanic challenges.