Want to Learn Cherokee? How About Ainu? This Startup Is Teaching Endangered Languages
Tribalingual founder Inky Gibbens explains how saving languages is a means of preserving different worldviews
This Invention Makes a Gardener Out of Anyone
Seedsheets founder and CEO Cameron MacKugler designs the garden. You just have to water it.
There's No Snoozing in Class With This Chemistry App
Chem101 allows professors to push out exercises for students to do on their devices, increasing classroom engagement
Where Should You Live? This App Will Tell You
Enter your budget and a number of your preferences and Teleport will match you with some fitting cities
Will This App Turn More Readers On to Serialized Fiction?
Releasing a chapter at a time, Radish could have us binge reading romance and mystery novels
This Handheld Ultrasound Scanner Could Be the Next Stethoscope
Clarius co-founder and CEO Laurent Pelissier believes the affordable, wireless device could revolutionize health care
A California Startup Wants To Revolutionize Surgery, With Magnets
A new magnetic surgical system allows surgeons to make fewer incisions and have better views during gallbladder removals
Will the Next Big Cancer Drug Come From the Ocean?
A California startup “bioprospects” for sponges, algae and other organisms whose chemistry may be useful to the world of medicine
Could This Cooler Help Combat Global Hunger?
The Evaptainer keeps perishable food fresh for up to two weeks–no electricity required
Meet the 11-Year-Old Who Invented a Healthy Lollipop
Made with plant-derived sugar alternatives, Alina Morse's Zollipops help reduce the risk of cavities
This Startup Is Harvesting Wild Algae to Make Your Next Pair of Sneakers
Co-founder Rob Falken found a way to turn algae into a foam that can be used in sneaker soles and on surfboards
Designing Classrooms For the 21st Century
By being a "Pinterest for teachers," room2learn provides ideas for improving classroom layout and functionality
Now, Let the "Olympics" of Sports Startups Begin
Eight companies from around the world specializing in athletics will compete in Rio de Janeiro for a 100,000 Euro prize
Could This San Francisco Startup Transform Garbage Collecting?
Compology uses sensors and software to plot truck routes to empty only dumpsters that are full
Could This New Armband Prevent Thousands of Workplace Injuries and Fatalities Each Year?
Proxxi CEO Campbell Macdonald describes his cloud-connected wearable that detects high-voltage areas
Could It Be? A Quiet, Comfortable and Bluetooth-Connected Breast Pump
From breast pumps to bottles, the Silicon Valley startup Naya Health is making smarter products for parents and infants