• 4 Most Common Types of Cybersecurity Threats

    There’s every indication that the pandemic is changing the nature of cybersecurity. Online threats are evolving to match our new remote-work paradigm, with 91% of businesses reporting an increase in cyberattacks during the coronavirus outbreak.  Hackers are getting more and more sophisticated and targeted in their attacks. Many of these cyber threats have [..]

  • 5 Tips for Building a Culture of Security Among Remote Employees

    In one of our previous posts, we highlighted the importance that making security a part of your organizational culture played in keeping your remote workforce secure during the COVID-19 pandemic. But what does that entail? In this post, we’re going to flesh out key steps that security teams and their leadership should [..]

  • Wearable circuits printed directly on human skin

    By: AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY Wearable electronics are getting smaller, more comfortable and increasingly capable of interfacing with the human body. To achieve a truly seamless integration, electronics could someday be printed directly on people’s skin. As a step toward this goal, researchers reporting in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces have safely placed [..]

  • How Marketing and Science Go Hand in Hand

    Science and marketing may seem like strange bedfellows, but there’s actually a lot of overlap between the two industries. For one, science doesn’t exist in a vacuum. It’s part and parcel of our society, and interacts with aspects of society in complex ways. In fact, as our previous article on [..]

  • FailWise: A new social blogging platform by Scipreneur

    “Life is not about waiting for the storms to pass. It’s about learning how to dance in the rain.”– Vivian Greene We all experience “Failure” right from our childhood. Society has taught us to attach connotations to words. We have been conditioned to believe that all success is positive and [..]

  • Novel and simple method to engineer a platform mimicking blood vessels

    “SUTD collaborated with Keio University to design and fabricate a versatile platform to replicate the pulsatile blood flow in blood vessels, which allows for in-depth investigation into pathological conditions.” Source: SINGAPORE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY AND DESIGN The blood circulatory system serves as critical infrastructure for mass transportation of nutrients and [..]

  • Engineers design a device that operates like a brain synapse

    “Ion-based technology may enable energy-efficient simulations of the brain’s learning process, for neural network AI systems.” Source: David L. Chandler | MIT News Office Teams around the world are building ever more sophisticated artificial intelligence systems of a type called neural networks, designed in some ways to mimic the wiring [..]

  • New discovery allows 3D printing of sensors directly on expanding organs

    “Technology could help diagnose and monitor patients with COVID-19” Source: UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA In groundbreaking new research, mechanical engineers and computer scientists at the University of Minnesota have developed a 3D printing technique that uses motion capture technology, similar to that used in Hollywood movies, to print electronic sensors directly [..]

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