Insights: Traction

Traction is what makes sure that your car’s horsepower actually translates to the asphalt and pushes your car forward. Without it, all you create is smoke, admittedly cool drifts and rubber marks on the road. For a startup, the situation isn’t much different. You can spend a lot of time on product development, getting investors,… Read More Insights: Traction

You Either Die an Artist or Live Long Enough to See Yourself Become a Creative Entrepreneur

A couple of years ago, Damien Hirst shocked the art world by painting his own canvases. Much like another of his contemporaries, Jeff Koons, Hirst is quite infamous for hiring teams of artists to work on his collections of art under his supervision. On the other hand, Vincent van Gogh, universally acclaimed as one of the greatest artists… Read More You Either Die an Artist or Live Long Enough to See Yourself Become a Creative Entrepreneur

Predicted antiviral drugs Darunavir, Amprenavir, Rimantadine and Saquinavir can potentially bind to neutralize SARS-CoV-2 conserved proteins | Journal of Biological Research-Thessaloniki | Full Text

https://jbiolres.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s40709-021-00149-2

Scientists Grew ‘Mini Brains’ In A Lab. Then, Those Brains Developed Eyes

https://www.indiatimes.com/technology/science-and-future/scientists-grew-mini-brains-in-a-lab-then-those-brains-developed-eyes-547479.html

WHO approves Sinovac Biotech’s coronavirus vaccine for emergency use, the second Chinese treatment to win designation | South China Morning Post

The company joins Sinopharm as a Chinese supplier endorsed by the World Health Organization; the move has the potential to help WHO’s dose-strapped Covax vaccine distribution programme.This content was originally published here. WHO approves Sinovac Biotech’s coronavirus vaccine for emergency use, the second Chinese treatment to win designation | South China Morning Post

Brain Chips and Biometrics: The Future of How We’ll Consume Music | by Vice | VICE | Apr, 2021

IMAGE: COMPOSITE BY VICE STAFF Inside music tech’s battle for your brain, your ears, and your emotions. By Danny Wright You wake up. Biometric indicators determine that your mood is ‘Sad’, so the new Blue Ivy Carter album starts to play to help boost your serotonin levels. Music is streamed directly to your brain through… Read More Brain Chips and Biometrics: The Future of How We’ll Consume Music | by Vice | VICE | Apr, 2021