Could we be close to man-made cow’s milk?

The food sciences industry has made a startling advance this week as reported by the Washington Post. Apparently making a synthetic version of cow’s milk can be surprisingly easy: Biohackers Ryan Pandya and Perumal Gandhi are working on crafting a plant-based concoction that’s nearly identical in makeup to what’s found in grocery milk. To achieve

Are slums the model for sustainable living?

There is a fascinating climate change article over at International Business News this week, detailing how sustainability designers are looking to slums as a “proving ground” for experiments in innovation and new methods of local transit–particularly via cable car or gondola. In the past decade or so, cable car transit systems have become increasingly popular

Up close, nature is incredibly innovative!

I came across an amazing collection of up-close images taken via a high-powered microscope the other day. I found it over at Washington Post, and it shows what we can’t see with our naked human eyes.  From toe hairs on a gecko to bubonic plague bacteria, nature is full of beautiful surprises. What can we

A safety check…

Date rape is a global problem, and drug-laced drinks are often tied to trafficking of women. I wish we didn’t need to think about the need for innovations like this one. Fortunately, there are companies that do think about safety at a time when there are some who will take advantage of women in this

Have you heard of “Fog harvesting?”

MIT students are learning how to take the moisture from the atmosphere to nourish some of the driest places on the planet, thanks to new technology and innovative thinking.  The fog harvesting equipment is especially useful in central Chile, where a series of mesh-patterned nets are trapping and and condensing tiny droplets of moisture from

Innovation from Title Town

It’s getting closer to pre-season, football fans! So to kick things off (sorry!), I thought I’d share how the Green Bay Packer’s new 21,500 square-foot pro shop has redesigned it’s layout and merchandise in a cool way to attract fans The 15 month project is a complete remodel of the northern and eastern faces of

Innovation from Title Town

It’s getting closer to pre-season, football fans! So to kick things off (sorry!), I thought I’d share how the Green Bay Packer’s new 21,500 square-foot pro shop has redesigned it’s layout and merchandise in a cool way to attract fans The 15 month project is a complete remodel of the northern and eastern faces of