When looking at the giants of STEM, we can see that they are well-to-do white males; the antithesis of diversity.
This device definitely brings the onset of shows such as ‘Black Mirror’ and ‘Altered Carbon’ closer to reality.
Protection against stronger hurricanes, global warming, and its byproduct of rising sea levels is absolutely necessary.
Silicon Harlem is doing something more than supporting curiosity and providing education. They are giving hope.
This is as quiet as it will ever be. Metropolises defined by the energetic population have laid dormant for over a month now. Social distancing and cancellation of the non-essential workforce have sil
If people ran 20 minutes a day, the world would be a better place. Feeling blood cells pump through the body while carrying oxygen – that is life. Panting for breath and feeling breathless in s
It was a bright Monday afternoon. Our photographer and I had just gotten off the R train at the Cortlandt Street stop. We made our way through the lush ambiance of Westfield Mall and headed towards an
This 17-week journey started during the long, summer days of July. I walked into Nike’s NYHQ to take part in Project Moonshot.
The Neurotechnology industry is focused on the next step of human civilization.
As firefighters battle Alaska wildfire, we have to wonder, how can a place that is known for being brick year-round be the epicenter for all that heat?