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Working with fingerprint technology company Zwipe, MasterCard is rolling out a payment card with a fingerprint reader built in. The card doesn’t have a magnetic strip, though. It uses an EMV secure chip popular in European credit...

source: Slate

Researchers would like to place very small implants deep inside our bodies to monitor health or treat pain. But providing electric power to implants without wires or batteries has been a big obstacle. Now, engineers are developing a way to send power — safely and...

source: Futurity

The Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa has now claimed more than 4,000 lives. While emergency response teams, medical charities and non-governmental organisations struggle to contain the virus, could big data analytics help? A growing number of data scientists believe so....

source: BBC

Nonprofits will be able to track and compare the diversity of their organizations against others in the sector, through a partnership announced today. “We believe that data about who’s leading, working in and with organizations is just as important as financial...

source: The Nonprofit Times

A project in Fife and two in Aberdeenshire are in the running for the Enterprising Museum of the Year award. The award, part of the Arts & Business Awards, is in its third year and celebrates museums in Scotland which show "outstanding commercial innovation". Abbot House...

source: Herald Scotland

Whatever our personal tastes, cuisine is anything but a "static" form of art. Few chefs better represent the creative possibilities of culinary innovation than Ferran Adria. Adria, whose famed El Bulli restaurant...

source: Cleveland.com


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