In the same way that the San Francisco Bay area will be read about in North American history books—or history apps, rather—Bangalore is creating historical tech waves in India. That […]
Each year, over 40,000 women die from breast cancer. Despite billions of dollars being spent on research, breast health outcomes have not improved in ...
“Make PrEP famous!”. This is the last line in this FSG report on the 2016 Aids Conference, which took place in Durban, South Africa this summer. I ...
Refugees view access to a mobile phone and internet as being critical to their safety and security and essential for keeping in touch with loved ones. Many refugees regard a [...]
One of the best things about traveling overseas is that you get to learn a lot about our world; for many, it’s the prime objective. Ever since the concept of [...]
by Chris Wellise, Director of Strategic Initiatives for HPE Living Progress It was a day full of inspiration, creativity and emotion. On August 3, I was honored to watch as [...]
By Dave Armon, 3BL Media CMO Professional development events exist for just about every career, and they’ve been around since Thomas Edison held his first, “How to Change a Light [...]
The food Nestlé developed for the pilots of Solar Impulse – the first ever solar-powered plane to complete a round-the-world trip – was the only ‘fuel’ on board during their [...]
Starlight Children’s Foundation and Astellas USA Foundation are partnering to advance children’s health and education through technology with the placement of three VGo robots at MassGeneral Hospital for Children in [...]
By Bart King Haiti is ripe for investment. That’s the one thing Richardson Antoine wishes the world knew about his country. “Haiti has beautiful beaches, good food and hospitable people,” [...]