Elizabeth Ray

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Neuroscience Tells Us How to Hack Our Brains for Success

Tricks like visualization and writing down your goals have a strong basis in science.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>What’s the secret to success? Some would argue that insanely successful people possess traits like having a vision, showing gratitude, being honest, …

US funds tech giants' efforts to build next-gen supercomputers

The US government is giving six companies a total of $258 million in hopes that they can build an exascale supercomputer before China, Japan or anyone else does. A post on the Exascale Computing Project website has revealed that the Department of Energy has awarded AMD, Cray, Hewlett-Packard …

Nextgen

Rio 2016: Monica Puig beats Kerber, wins Puerto Rico’s first ever gold

The spectators told Monica Puig they believed she could win Puerto Rico’s first Olympic gold medal in any sport, providing a soundtrack of “Si se …

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Andre Agassi: Remembering Tennis Legend's Golden Olympic Moment

Tennis is the loneliest game. Even long-distance runners have competitors beside them, almost breathing in sync, and boxers have someone literally in …

How Venus Williams Quietly Became a Successful Entrepreneur (and Why She Can't Go to Movies)

An exclusive interview with the entrepreneur, designer, spokesperson, and -- oh yeah -- tennis great. Venus Williams discusses her entrepreneurial journey, and how you might not be able to have it all... but you can have a lot more than you imagine.<p>Unless you've been living totally off the grid for …

This blind Apple engineer is transforming the tech world at only 22

Apple engineer Jordyn Castor has never been one for limitations.<p>She was born 15 weeks early, weighing just under two pounds. Her grandfather could …

Pediatrics

Google will power Stanford's genomics service

Stanford aims to make genetic testing a normal part of patient care, and it's teaming up with Google to make that happen. The university's School of Medicine will launch Clinical Genomics Service this fall, which is powered by Google Genomics that stores DNA data in the cloud. DNA sequencing is …

Google Cloud Platform

Stanford leads medical schools in training doctors to treat kids with neurological disabilities - Scope

If you're a pediatrician-in-training, how do you learn to communicate with children whose neurological or developmental conditions prevent them from …

Mt. Sinai's new AR tech overlays 3D models into surgeon's eyepiece

For the medical community, virtual and augmented reality offer the tantalizing opportunity to visualize hidden or blocked areas of the body. This year has seen some fascinating applications, from mapping a patient's brain mid-operation to livestreaming the actual surgery. Today, Mt. Sinai announced …

Augmented Reality

FDA clears a Phase III path for Biogen’s BACE drug for Alzheimer’s

Biogen has taken another step forward in prepping a Phase III program for its BACE drug for Alzheimer’s, with its partner Eisai noting that the FDA …

Introducing a New Coffeemaker That Makes Cold Brew in Only 10 Minutes

Cold brew is currently one of the hottest trends in the coffee world. Typically, baristas make the beverage by steeping coffee grounds in room …

First Surgical Robot from Secretive Startup Auris Cleared for Use

Teleoperated endolumenal bot can navigate inside the body, image and treat conditions without making incisions Image: Auris Surgical/U.S. Patent and …