As we approach four months since the start of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, many Biotechnology companies are quickly moving towards clinical trial phase of several vaccines and treatments. Biotechnology company news At the start of this month (April 2020) Novavax, a Maryland-based biotech company, said it would begin human trials in Australia in mid-May for
By Geir Arne Solheim There are millions of people around the world who are burning for the cause of green and renewable energy. These environmentalists have seen the long term effects of polluting energy sources. Therefore, they spend a lot of time and effort on trying to talk sense into their elected politicians, in hopes
by DJ Miller Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs as well. However, the needs of the present are vast and often conflicting. Today, technology plays a big role in sustainable development in all of its aspects: social, environmental, and
What’s one piece of advice you have for entrepreneurs who are building enterprise software right now? What do you wish they would consider (or what principles do you use) to make that software great? See these answers provided by the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC).
The more I read about Elon Musk, the more patterns I was able to discern to understand his thought process. This South African is a successful entrepreneur today due to certain traits and work ethics that need to be noted, studied and applied in all of our lives. Let’s take a closer look at them! By Rajiv Mathew
Silicon Valley’s technology epicenter would also be affected if the Hayward Fault were to rupture. Most of the major global technology headquarters, such as Facebook, Google, and Oracle, are within 20 miles of the fault. The likelihood that the next great earthquake in this area would result in significant economic impact is high. By Patricia Grossi.
By Beth Kindig Samsung insider claims peculiar Galaxy Round is just a prototype The media has been buzzing about Samsung’s new “Galaxy Round,” the first curved smartphone to ever hit the market. But, an unnamed Samsung insider claims that the Galaxy Round is a pointless gimmick that Samsung released just for the media attention. They
It is clear that Redis is taking off as a leading in-memory database solution, but what is it, exactly, that makes Redis so attractive to startups and application developers alike?
by Beth Kindig 1) Microsoft Corporation Outlines 66,539 Account Requests From Law Enforcement During First Half Of 2013 Microsoft’s latest reports detail that it received 37,196 requests from law enforcement agencies between the months of January and June, which impacted 66,539 accounts. 77% of the requests filed asked for data such as a user’s name,
By Beth Kindig Apple’s new iOS 7 makes bold statement Though two new iPhones come out this week, the more dramatic shift in Apple technology might come from the software and not the hardware. iOS 7, the new mobile OS, became available on Wednesday. “It is a major upgrade,” said Gerry Purdy, analyist and consultant