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Artificial intelligence can find hidden patterns in patient’s vital signs - and stop emergencies before they happen. More Info about Saving lives with AI
From guerilla gardening to pop-up parks, tactical urbanism is catching the world by storm. More Info about Reclaiming city spaces with “tactical urbanism”
There is an urgent challenge in Sub-Saharan Africa: people are dying from treatable illnesses like malaria, pneumonia, and diarrhea. Now, people are turning to their neighbors for community health care. More Info about Bringing community healthcare to the people
A national group called the Alliance for Safety and Justice has set out to rethink America’s criminal justice system, with a focus on healing rather than punishment. More Info about Crime survivors fight against harsh punishments. Here’s why.
The advancement of robotic surgery systems is expanding physical limitations to allow for minimally invasive procedures and improved patient recovery. More Info about Robotic surgery unlocks a new era of medicine
This highly efficient switched reluctance motor has the ability to save manufacturers millions of dollars and significantly reduce their carbon emissions. More Info about Want to save the planet? start with reinventing the motor
Rendering the first black hole image was an important milestone. But in many ways, the true value of the project lies in how it created an opportunity for researchers to change the way they explore the world. More Info about What is inside a black hole?
In the impoverished community of Bonton, it takes a three-hour bus ride just to reach the nearest grocery store. But the neighborhood is now home to one of the largest urban farms in the US - offering jobs, nutrition programs, and more. More Info about How urban farming saved a Dallas community
Palmer Luckey and his team of outside-the-box thinkers are creating defense technology that the government does not yet believe possible. More Info about Engineering the impossible: The future of military tech
Can practicing intellectual humility make us smarter and happier? Science says yes. More Info about The joy of being wrong
She’s a veteran, a single mom, and a trucker, who used to have to wait around for hours for her cargo. Now, a revolutionary solution from SAP and Uber Freight is getting her back on the road and home to her son sooner. More Info about A quiet revolution in trucking
This 51-acre neighborhood for the homeless will be the first of its kind in the U.S. to have 3D printed homes. More Info about 3D printed homes for the homeless
As we continue to search for extraterrestrial life, we need to get creative by redefining the unique attributes of life itself. More Info about What alien life could teach us about humanity
Last year, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children received 18 million reports of images and videos depicting child sexual abuse. Now, they’re using a new technology to confront this issue with the force necessary to eradicate it. More Info about Fighting child exploitation with big data
What if there was a way to fast-forward innovation? An economist and tech billionaire recently joined forces to make research grants available within 14 days. More Info about Research grants, the silicon valley way
For the children of Dallas, these ex gang leaders may be their only chance. More Info about Can former Bloods and Crips unite to break the cycle of violence?
Take a look inside a town built for foster families More Info about Could this be the future of foster care?