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When, which … Design Thinking, Lean, Design Sprint, Agile?

Confusion galore!<p>A lot of people are — understandably so — very confused when it comes to innovation methodologies, frameworks, and techniques. …

Project Management

5 Big Data And Analytics Learning Resources That Most People Miss (But Shouldn't)

It’s 2016, and pretty much everybody who’s interested in analytics (or politics or sports) has read a bit of FiveThirtyEight. Nate Silver and other bloggers write compelling posts that explain the thinking behind the predictions, so that’s a good educational resource for budding data analysts. …

Big Data

Restaurant Serves Food Prepared By Grandmothers From Different Cultures

You don’t have to score a reservation at a world-class restaurant to enjoy a great meal: Some of the best food on earth can be found right in …

Ford Confirms Next Expedition Will Get Aluminum Body, Arrives In 2018

Just like the F-150, the new Ford Expedition is set to adopt an aluminum body, reports the <i>Detroit Free Press</i>. <br>The company confirmed the news while …

GE and Caterpillar have invested in an autonomous robot startup

The Venture Capital arms of both GE and Caterpillar recently invested in Clearpath Robotics, a startup focused on developing autonomous robots for factories, according to Fortune.<p>The investment by GE and Caterpillar was a part of larger $30 million Series B investment in Clearpath that was led by …

Robotics

The Race To Mars Between Boeing And SpaceX Has Begun

Two corporations race to Mars and to establish mankind as an interplanetary species.<p>When Yuri Gagarin first went into space in 1961, and when Neil …

BMW's New i3 Could Favor Aluminum Construction Over Carbon Fiber

BMW is said to be preparing the launch of the second-generation i3 sometime in 2022. While that’s some six years away, <i>Automobile Magazine</i> reports …

What to Consider When Automating with Industrial Robots

Automating a process like machining is often thought of as simply a matter of using a pick-and-place robot, but its often more complicated as …

Data Scientists Spend Most of Their Time Cleaning Data

A new survey of data scientists found that they spend most of their time massaging rather than mining or modeling data. Still, most are happy with …

Big Data

Tesla's first European factory could be in France

Tesla could create its first European factory at a disused nuclear power plant in France after the country made a formal offer for the location to be …

Tesla

Opera's ex-CEO releases his finished web browser for power users

Do you miss the days when it felt like Opera was focused more on avid web surfers than the broader public? So does Opera's former CEO Jon von Tetzchner. He just released the finished version of Vivaldi, a web browser that caters primarily to power users that thrive on customization and shortcuts. …

This Aerospace Company Wants to Bring Supersonic Civilian Travel Back

If you’re ever stuck on a plane pining for the glory days of air travel, hop on YouTube and search for “the Concorde.” Among the results are a bunch …

Aviation

This week in patents: Facebook, Apple, Boeing and more

Boeing patented as awesome technique to 3D print objects while levitating in space.<p>Current 3D printing techniques employs a “bottoms-up” building method in which the part is built layer by layer on a supporting platform that moves down as individual layers are formed. A single print head is moved …

Why ‘The 100’ Is One Of The Best Sci-Fi Shows On TV

Even as it has evolved from The WB, The CW has often been shunned as a channel for teenaged girls, all love triangles, vampires, and rippling muscles. However, The CW has quietly assembled one of the most consistently great lineups on any channel. Shows like <i>Jane the Virgin</i> and <i>Crazy Ex-Girlfriend</i> …

TV

A tiny European country just made an unprecedented move in the space mining business

Some have gone so far as to say that asteroid mining could grow to become the world's first trillion dollar business, but that still remains to be seen.<p>So far, Luxembourg and the US are the only two countries in the world who have begun to take legal action toward securing property rights for …

Space Exploration

Why less is much, much more on LinkedIn

Forget what you’ve heard about connecting with everyone. Avoid the sales schemers and scammers and connect smart with these tips.<p>Every time you log on to LinkedIn, an icon reminds you that several people are waiting to connect.<p>Some are strangers with impressive sounding jobs, while others might be …

Employment

Discovery of corrosion-resistant "stainless magnesium" to enable lightweight vehicles

As a strong, lightweight and easily machined material, magnesium alloy holds much promise as an alternative to heavier metals like aluminum, …

SpaceX Is Back in Business With a Mid-December Launch Date

The first launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 after its explosion is set for December 19th! The return to flight of the reengineered rocket will carry a …

80/20 aluminum extrusions

Don’t you just hate it when you spend less than $400 on a 40-watt laser cutter and it turns out to have a work area the size of a sheet of copy …

Apple's Patent Pending 7000 Series Aluminum Invention used in the new iPhone 6s comes to Light

When Apple introduced the iPhone 6s on September 9, 2015 they pointed out in their press release and on their iPhone design page that they had …

3D Printing

Neil deGrasse Tyson gave Mars One’s CEO a softball interview

Neil deGrasse Tyson recently welcomed Bas Lansdorp, the CEO of Mars One, on his science talk show, <i>Star Talk</i>. For the episode, which airs tonight at 11PM ET on the National Geographic Channel, Lansdorp sat down with Tyson to discuss Mars One’s plan to send a group of space settlers to Mars — and …

Mars

Makerarm

Robotic arms aren't just for factories and Harry Potter rides anymore. The Makerarm is a slender fabrication system that attaches right to your desk. …

Harry Potter

Eora 3D Scanner

Move one step closer to a Replicator with the Eora 3D Scanner. This aluminum-bodied cylinderical wizard uses a 5mW green laser to take scans, with up …

3D Scanners

New EV player Faraday invests $1bn in US manufacturing site

New electric vehicle (EV) and future mobility startup, Faraday Future, is set to make a $1bn investment in a US manufacturing facility in an effort …

Electric Vehicles

US FSA approves first-ever genetically engineered fish

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has for the first time ever approved meat from a genitally modified animal for human consumption.<p>A …

The best Android apps you can't get on iPhone in 2015

One of the best things about Android is that apps have a lot more freedom compared iPhone apps.<p>Some of the most innovative Android apps are exclusive to Android because they do something Apple simply wouldn't allow.<p>These apps let you message your friends while still watching Netflix, hack your …

Apps

Mark Millar Shares His Big Problem With Man of Steel

Back in 2013, Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment were struggling to get another successful franchise off the ground. <i>The Dark Knight Rises</i> made an …

Comic Books

WHAT? Scientists Say We Can Benefit From Aging!

Society at large tells us to fear aging – we have entire industries built upon it (hello anti-wrinkle cream industry and age-related hair-dye …

Can Simulation Tools Replace Physical Tests Completely?

It’s been long that simulation has become mainstream and an important product testing tool for manufacturers.<p>With lot of perks to offer, computer …

Physics