Greta Thunberg Would Become Youngest Nobel Peace Laureate In The Prize’s History

15.03.19 | by Leonardo Rocchiccioli in community, planet,

Greta Thunberg

Greta Thunberg is nominated for Nobel Peace prize and organizes new world wide Climate Strike in over 112 countries including the United States, Sweden, Belgium, Brazil, South Africa, Australia, Russia, and many more

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Beyond the emergency: What came out of the Longest Shutdown in History

15.03.19 | by Leonardo Rocchiccioli in community, emergency, health,

Closed for the day

The government shutdown showed us what is most chaotic about American politics, but it also showed us what is most noble about the American public.  Taking stock of what came out of the shutdown there is, most obviously, the government budget, more humorously, the meme of Nancy Pelosi walking out of the White House.  More […]

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Writing a crowdfunding campaign that will really take off

07.03.19 | by Leonardo Rocchiccioli in innovation,

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Creating a successful crowdfunding campaign is a challenge, so here are six tips to building the best campaign possible. 1. BACK TO BASICS – CHECK YOUR SPELLING! I know this is obvious, but it’s also really easy to miss.  As your campaign spreads from your most immediate network you’ll need to prove your credibility.  More […]

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Cleaning the ocean with pipes

07.03.19 | by Aline Salmi in planet,

The ocean is a very important biome for the Earth ecosystem, some theories point out that life first started on our planets in the seas. We still don’t know much about in comparison to what we know about the land due to the difficulties to explore it. But something that we can deny is that […]

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Making water out of thin air is already a reality

07.03.19 | by Aline Salmi in planet,

Only 1% of the world’s water supply is fresh and liquid, and most of it is underground. The rest of the world’s water is either salt (97%) or frozen in the North and South Poles (2%).We are facing a water crisis. There’s a deep inequality in the distribution of water around the world. Wars had […]

Key words: air, energy, sun, water,
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Paralyzed people will have a new option to walk again

07.03.19 | by Aline Salmi in health, innovation,

In the US, nearly 1.5 million people live with paralysis due to Spinal Cord Injuries and only 0.9% of the cases fully recover. The highest incidence happens at the ages of 16-30 and 48% of the injuries are caused by accidents with motor vehicles. Considering this scenario, the startup TWIICE is developing a lower limb exoskeleton that […]

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