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Technology march 17, 2013

PSFK Picks: Top Five Health Innovations Of The Week

From a pill that maps the body with a spinning laser to a cardigan that can dial 911, we bring you most innovative stories from the world of wellness.

Work october 4, 2012

Are Bee Robots Smarter Than Their Real Life Insect Counterparts?

Bees are exceptionally rational and work cooperatively to get tasks done. Could Bee inspired robots do the same?

Gaming & Play september 23, 2012

PSFK Picks: Top 10 Health Innovations Of The Week

From the London 2012 Anti-Doping Centre's revolutionary makeover, to DIY prosthetics, and parents getting a sneak peek at their unborn baby's genetic future, we bring you the most innovative stories from the world of wellness research.

Work september 15, 2012

Researchers Merge Living Cells With Nanowires To Create Functional ‘Cyborg’ Tissue

A Harvard research team has created a method which successfully combines functional electronics and living biological structures.

Partner Content august 22, 2012

PSFK Picks: Top 10 Health Innovations Of The Week

From a mobile app that rewards you for making healthy choices to a 3D printed exoskeleton, we bring you the most innovative stories from the world of wellness research.

Technology may 4, 2012

MIT And Harvard To Launch Free Online Courses [Headlines]

The two universities have committed $30 million each to the project, and say anyone with an Internet connection, anywhere in the world, will have access to the online courses.

Technology april 27, 2012

Harvard Releases The Metadata For Its Massive Libraries [Headlines]

University will release information online about more than 12 million materials from its 73 different archives.

Design & Architecture march 27, 2012

Archaeologists Use Spy Satellites To Discover Ancient Human Settlements

This approach has already helped map some 14,000 settlement sites spanning over eight millennia in 23,000 square kilometers of Northeast Syria

Syndicated february 8, 2012

Triple Pundit: Harvard’s i-Lab Brings Us New Crop Of Future Zuckerbergs

New project from Cambridge-based university aims to foster young entrepreneurial talent.

Home february 8, 2012

Artist Creates An Interactive Maternity Ward For Yogurt

Jennifer Rubell's latest installation, Incubation, features homemade yogurt, cultured and shared with a live audience.

Innovation january 27, 2012

Tablets Are Hurting Your Neck [Headlines]

New study out of Harvard suggests that iPad, Kindle Fire and others are bad for your health.

Arts & Culture january 26, 2012

Harvard Launches An Innovation Lab For Entrepreneurs [Headlines]

Cambridge-based University innovation lab called "Hi" is a new 30,000 square foot playground for young businesspeople to try out and test new ideas.


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