A new approach to an old cure

A new approach to an old cure

Toronto-based start up Micromensio has developed new technology to improve an old way of treating bacterial infections. The company is pitching its low-cost, rapid sensing technology to companies working with bacteriophages—viruses that prey exclusively on bacteria....
Is Hardware Dead? Hardly.

Is Hardware Dead? Hardly.

By Irene Sterian. As technology consumers, we often interact with the user interface or software portion of new technologies. Software updates have become part of owning a device. We wait for new features to be added and complain when they aren’t. In a way, the hardware becomes an afterthought; seen more as a declining asset than a platform brimming with new possibilities, when in fact, the pace of change is in-part driven by innovations at the hardware level.

“You can literally sit on the couch and look for a job”: We talked Tinder, the importance of a good support system, and how to measure success in a changing industry with Swob Co-Founder Stephanie Florio

“You can literally sit on the couch and look for a job”: We talked Tinder, the importance of a good support system, and how to measure success in a changing industry with Swob Co-Founder Stephanie Florio

Swob, a new job searching and recruiting tool from co-founders Stephanie and Alexander Florio, has been described as a “Tinder for Jobs.” The app is the first of its kind to target students in high turnover industries such as retail and food services for part-time,...