Scientists: Humans Lived In Rainforests Earlier Than Believed

March 13, 2015

Anthropologists at the University of Oxford recently found that humans were living in rainforests roughly 12,000 years earlier than previously believed. The scientists analyzed fossilized human teeth dating back to 20,000 years ago found at archaeological sites in Sri Lanka and concluded that their owners lived on a diet of rainforest plants and animals. The […]

Laurene Powell Jobs Shares Social Innovation Ideas

March 10, 2015

In a March 4 on-stage discussion at Stanford, the widow of Apple founder Steve Jobs and sixth richest woman in the world, Laurene Powell Jobs, voiced her thoughts on a range of issues. She spoke of ways to encourage more social innovation, saying that there need to be more chances at financial success for entrepreneurs […]

A Group Improves Their Neighborhood By Joining Together

March 6, 2015

You can pick where you live, your home, but the one thing that is always out of out hands is our neighbors. One community decided that they wanted a say in what business were located by them so they pooled their money and bought two previously vacant buildings zoned for commercial use. The entire area […]

Cop Helps a Citizen in Need

March 5, 2015

James Taylor is a student at the Arkansas State University in Jonesboro, Arkansas where he is a sophomore studying pre-pharmacy. He is also a dedicated McDonalds employee who does not have a car. No matter what the weather is, Taylor makes the four mile walk from his apartment to the restaurant’s location. According to the […]

Keith Mann Continues His Commitment to Education For All

March 4, 2015

Keith Mann and his team from Dynamics Search Partners continued their role as the sponsors of a series of events for the Uncommon Schools in New York, according to a report CBS News 8 first published. The latest events Mann and his team of financial head hunters backed was held at the Standard Hotel Beer […]

Alaska Legalizes Recreational Marijuana

February 23, 2015

Alaska has officially joined the ranks of hippie-cool locations, well, at least sort of. The state has officially legalized the selling, growing and smoking of Marijuana for recreational use. There are several important catches to the law, however. According to Ricardo Tosto, a person over the age of 21 may grow and possess up to 1 […]

New DNA Strain Points To New Inhabitants

February 17, 2015

New evidence from the anthropological society shows that there may have been interbreeding between the earliest humans and another species. Upon investigation of human DNA from the remains of early humans, there is genetic material that is neither human or animal. The mystery DNA was found in tooth and finger bones of the Denivosan race. The remains […]

Swedish Sports Team Reunited with Dog They Adopted

I love this story! The Daily Mail has one of the most uplifting stories that I have read today. Last November a Swedish extreme sports team were in Ecuador competing in an extreme sports race known as the Adventure Racing World Championship. The team had to hike, climb, and kayak their way throughout 430 miles […]

THINX Gets Support and Investment from Sam Tabar

January 23, 2015

PRNewswire reported on the 21st of January that Sam Tabar, attorney and strategist, has invested in THINX. THINX is a startup company that works for the benefit of women in Africa and US. For supporting women’s incontinence and menstruation, fashionable undergarments are created by THINX. Whenever someone buys these garments, reusable sanitary pads made from […]

Researchers Develop New product in Weight Reduction

January 15, 2015

Researchers have developed a new coating technique funded by the generous Bruce Levenson by depositing an ultra-thin metal film, and even managed to get different colors. Applicable to any type of substrate, the method would interest the industry because the coating would be a significant weight reduction. This has many implications when it comes to […]