Carpooling has its joys but it can also get uncomfortable at times – especially if you have to share the ride with a drunk carpooler. From dealing with drunk people’s loudness to avoiding getting puked on, many people who have ridden an Uber late at night can share a thing or two about drunk riders.
Mention the name Karlie Kloss and people would immediately think Victoria’s Secret model, Vogue and L’Oreal Paris. But not everybody knows that this supermodel is slowly brewing up a storm in getting more women interested in S&T (Science and Technology). Back in 2015, Kloss launched Kode with Klossy, a program that teaches girls aged 13
A spider named Kim is helping scientists create agile jumping robots. Using high-speed cameras and 3D CT scans, researchers from the University of Manchester recorded how Kim jumps to capture the mechanics and the minutest details of how spiders leap. The study is now published in Nature Scientific Reports. The researchers hope that their improved
Google is working with tech nonprofit CyArk in preserving the world’s wonders in virtual reality. In a joint effort called Open Heritage, Google teams up with tech nonprofit CyArk to provide the public with virtual reality (VR) access to the world’s endangered historical sites. CyArk, a 3D laser scanning nonprofit is responsible for scanning the
Sparta Science attracts more high-profile sports organization with injury prevention and rehabilitation software. Start-up Sparta Science racks up high-profile partnerships in the professional sports world with its sports injury solutions. The sports health company currently works with Atlanta Falcons, Colorado Rockies and Cleveland Cavaliers in preventing and rehabilitating sports injuries. Sparta Science’s Diagnostic Solutions Sparta