Among 50 percent of patients who die in Congo, 80 percent die at night, because there's not enough adequate light to perform treatment or not enough light at all to offer any treatment. Those terrifying statistics call out a need for the use of some kind of energy source that will be able to power medical institutions.
Dr. Laura Stachel and her nonprofit We Care Solar's idea might seem simple but it's use will be more than welcome and practical. They created a solar kit in a suitcase so medical facilities in Africa, Asia and South America will access to light.
Wired has published a very nice feature on Kip Thorne and the science behind Chris Nolan's Interstellar. Kip Thorne is one of the world's most celebrated theoretical physicists. He and Nolan worked together to ensure depictions of scientific happenings in the film are as accurate as possible. Read more
Starting a modern farming business is probably much easier than you currently imagine. You just need a lot of money to get started. Once you’ve gained the funding you require, you’ll have to find a suitable stretch of land before deciding on how you’re going to make your income. Read more