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Drone Technology Used by Indian Pizzeria for Deliveries

January’s tech of the month is inspired by Amazon’s plans to use drones to deliver goods, as an Italian restaurant in Mumbai, India makes moves to implement their own drone delivery system. Francesco’s Pizzeria takes the pizza business to a whole new level by using a flying drone known as the quadcopter, referring to its […]

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Tech of the Month: 3D Print Makeup Using ‘Mink’

In a 55 billion dollar industry, makeup has been established as a cosmetic item that is highly sought after. Try to think of movies, character attractions (like Disney World), commercials, or even daily life without the use of makeup. You can’t, can you? Grace Choi, who graduated from Harvard Business School, realized that the value […]

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Tech of the Month: The New Generation of Ink Printers

To stay relevant in today’s business environment, most technologies are now mobile, or working their way to becoming mobile. Ink printers are no longer the exception to that rule. Zuta Labs brought their dream of PocketPrinter, that can virtually do its job from any location, to life with the help of Kickstarter. Kickstarter also helped […]

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Tech of the Week: Living Muscle Integrated with Robot Technology

The incredible advances of the medical world are now colliding with the ever evolving technology universe. Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, under the leadership of head of bioengineering Professor Rashid Bashir have begun to implement the idea of “muscular robots.” The idea behind this experiment is to create a robotic device that […]

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Tech of the Week: The Future of 3D “Bioficial” Hearts

Much like augmented reality technology is advancing across industries like construction and education, the healthcare industry is learning to harness 3D technology. Scientists are hoping to create organs using this technology for patients who would otherwise become terminal. Recently, there have been successful cases of implanting artificially printed windpipes and other small body parts into […]

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