Category: Science Factor
Have you ever asked yourself the question, “but what did people do before?” I bet you have! You must have thought about what life was like before the invention of mobile phones, computers, washing machines, MP3 players, electricity, video games, computer mice, cars, ball-point pens, aeroplanes, vaccines, and so on… you get my drift. In a [...]
Article written by guest blogger Jonny Evans, computerworld.com. Wearable computing. Of course, this is something that’s already here, from the iPod-enabled backpacks, coats and suits to the Nike+ series of peripherals for the athletically-minded -- but this is only the beginning, at least, according to Pebble Technology founder and CEO, Eric Migicovsky, speaking at Le Web London.
The winners of the Science Factor competition were selected last week from amongst the 3 finalist groups of high-school students for their innovative projects.
Science Factor is a competition for high school students across France. Up until December 15, 2011, they are being invited to submit their science and new technology projects. What contribution will it make to humanity, the planet and science? How could it revolutionize the world? The five projects with the best answers to these questions [...]