Cerebrotech Visor Can Rapidly Detect Severe Stroke with 92% Accuracy. Yes.. you read it right! Technology innovation that can help stroke patients be diagnosed much earlier, making it possible to reduce the severity of the stroke.Continue reading “Medical Innovation – Visor to detect stroke earlier”
While researching about what can be done to revive bee population, came across very many cities and city-builders, architects considering the option of building rooftop gardens across bigger cities. Cities being now called as Big cities, will become global cities attracting twice to ten times the population from suburbs in the next ten years (Courtesy: Internation Management session at Wharton)
Pictures are google-searchable and I do not own them. However, they seem to be portraying a story.Continue reading “Rooftop gardens”
I received this article below few years back from my facebook friends, and something about it impressed me. The painful aspect of transformation from within was explained so beautifully. I am a firm believer of “One cannot change unless the desire comes from within”. It made me think if this kind of change and tranformation is actually possible.Continue reading “Learning from Eagles”
One of the articles on World Economic forum on the reducing the carbon footprint triggered a thought.
There are organizations who are thinking about reducing our carbon footprint on earth. As an individual, what can I do to help?Continue reading “Reducing carbon footprint on Earth”
With the number of global cities increasing in the next decade, we would be seeing an increase in skyscrapers that would adorn our horizon. What will the next decade bring to us as innovations around buildings and architecture would be interesting to see. I had a chance to visit the Liberty museum of science in New Jersey where they had a showcase segment on skyscrapers. It was very interesting to see how the experts are looking at the next generation of skyscrapers and how their ideas of humans living in the sky can become a reality soon.
The learning from the World Trade Center, architecture from the tallest buildings addressing heating/cooling needs, Go Green initiatives, solar panels, renewable energy sources etc.
The tallest building with solar panels is in Manchester, EuropeContinue reading “Skyscrapers”