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3-D Printing

Would You Eat 3-D-Printed Meat?

By David Dittman - Dec 7, 2016

With the global population rising and the planet’s health deteriorating, scientists are innovating new ways to prevent food shortages while being environmentally conscious. Enter 3-D-printed meat.


CO2 Rocks: The “Cool” Side of Global Warming

By David Dittman - Dec 5, 2016

As politicians continue to harp on about “energy independence” — be it through traditional fossil fuels or green, renewable energy — we look at how one method could help us… without killing the planet.


Alzheimer’s Disease: Does THC Hold the Key to a Cure?

By David Dittman - Dec 2, 2016

Alzheimer’s disease subjects victims to a “living death” and their loved ones to the most agonizing form of witness. But can this chemical compound be the long-awaited end to this suffering?

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence vs. Human Intelligence

By David Dittman - Nov 30, 2016

Artificial intelligence is a concept that’s already impacting our modern world. Some see a robot war brewing. But the real future is one of cooperation: AI plus HI.

Food and Beverage

Pass the Seaweed: Notes From Thanksgiving Future

By David Dittman - Nov 22, 2016

Someday, our planet will no longer be able to sustain the agricultural and industrial demands of the food industry. So we’d better find an alternative — and fast. That’s where this nutritional powerhouse comes in.

Space Travel

Mars: The Most Difficult Trip in the History of Mankind

By David Dittman - Nov 21, 2016

“Isolated, confined, and in an extreme environment”: That’s how it’s going to be for astronauts who make the trip to the Red Planet. To find out how we’ll cope, we’re taking a trip to “White Mars.”


“The Biggest Biotech Discovery of the Century”

By David Dittman - Nov 17, 2016

This biotech innovation is the stuff of true sci-fi — so much so that Hollywood has taken notice. But in real life, it could mean the end of disease altogether.


Bacteria: The Good, The Bad, and The Designer

By David Dittman - Nov 16, 2016

There are good bacteria and there are bad bacteria — both of which make up the entire world we live in. But what if we could engineer the human body to render even the worst of these innocuous or even beneficial…

Wearable Technology

Wearable Tech: From “Peak Hype” to “Peak Adoption”

By David Dittman - Nov 9, 2016

From Lost in Space to Inspector Gadget, wearable technology has long since been a “thing of the future.” But that future is inching closer, as many tech companies are working to make it ubiquitous.

Space Travel

Project Blue: “The Holy Grail of Exoplanet Research”

By David Dittman - Nov 3, 2016

This privately funded project may be the secret to colonizing the cosmos. But can we actually travel 4.22 light-years to get there?

Mobile Payments

Profit From the Death of Cash With This Mobile Payment Leader

By Wall Street Daily Research - Nov 2, 2016

As we increasingly move towards a cashless society, we look at the surge of mobile payments and reveal the top pick in the industry.

Stock Market

These Three Charts Are Terrifying Investors

By Wall Street Daily Research - Nov 1, 2016

With the presidential election just one week away, October’s stock market action proved that investors are increasingly spooked, as these three ominous charts show.