Lemonade, the online platform for homeowners and rental insurance, says it offers up affordable insurance while simultaneously giving back. Is it worth switching insurance carriers?
Self-care has moved from taboo and self-indulgent to necessary for success in our fast-paced, hard-driving world because it’s become central to our creativity, our passion, and our sanity. Here are five subtle ways to practice it without drawing attention to yourself.
Lumme Labs is using wearable technology to help people break addiction, lose weight, and improve their lives.
Ashley Edwards knew as a teenager that she wanted to make an impact on the world. The 27-year-old started doing social justice work at the age of 14 and was fully steeped in it by the time she reached college. And after Edwards met Alina […]
Connor Woolpert has found a way to do what every person consumed by wanderlust dreams — finding a way to make a living traveling. The explorer bug bit Woolpert, now 23, early. From a young age, he traveled with his father — hiking, surfing and camping all […]
Ali Mohamed is a modern Renaissance man. At age 22 he is the founder of VOUND Technologies, a company developing prototypes that could help people with speech and hearing disorders experience sound in a unique way. The technology translates sounds into vibrations, colors and images […]
As a cofounder of Kinetic Batteries and Solvus Global, perhaps Aaron Birt’s greatest strength is building the right team to affect global change. Together with his partners, the companies are developing processes that help make everything from recycling scrap to manufacturing batteries more efficient and […]
Jeremy Blum, 28, self-described “mad scientist” and perennial inventor, is a leading light in the electrical engineering, robotics, and systems architecture fields. He served as a technical lead for the Google Glass project and he’s currently Head of Electrical Engineering at Shaper, a San-Francisco startup […]
A young man wearing a black lab coat with “Prototipi” on the back and a raging bull over the heart is enthusiastically talking about the history of carbon fiber. Behind him a machine flexes a honeycomb panel almost 4 inches before the panel cracks like […]
Late last year, I had the opportunity to do a long-form piece on the history of driverless vehicles for Encyclopedia Britannica. It’s been an honor to work on the piece and to have it show up in their 2016 Book of the Year. You can […]