While no one has been killed yet by a hacked insulin pump or pacemaker, researchers have shown it’s possible for unauthorized radio commands to reprogram an implanted medical device.
Aeryon Labs president Dave Kroetsch has seen his company's small aerial drone - Scout - become a media star for helping Libyan rebels search for Colonel Ghadafi and his supporters.
Imagine a cell phone small enough to fit in your ear or a TV imbedded in your watch. They both would need super small motors and chemists at Tufts University think they have the answer.
At age 18 Gen is the founder of a web-based channel that engages young women to think about technology, its global social impact and a future career in an industry that holds exciting opportunities for talented young women.
Do you think banning alcohol ads would make any difference to whether kids drink or not?
Students from the University of Calgary are kick-starting their careers in green technology by competing in the U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon competition.
IBM Innovators are mashing up nanoscience, neuroscience, supercomputing and cognitive computing to create a chip that thinks like our brains.
Desiring a family is still one of the main reasons many young women stray from advancement. Thankfully many businesses are adapting and tech careers are becoming more flexible than ever.
Speaking in Paris at the G8 summit Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg noted that his company should pay attention to the safety of under-13 year olds.
Have you ever thought about a career that combines photography with 3D technology? Ottawa’s XYZ RGB designed a world-leading 3D full-body scanning technique that creates virtual stunt doubles and props for both animated and full-action films. They’ve worked on movies like 300, Lord of the Rings, District 9, Silent Hill, Batman Returns and Matrix Reloaded, to name a few.