Incubators and R&D

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The calorie counter – Evolutionary anthropologist Herman Pontzer busts myths about how humans burn calories—and why

“Exercise prevents you from getting sick, but diet is your best tool for weight management.”

Brain-frequency primer accelerates learning and retention

The human brain can be primed to learn more than three times faster, simply by flashing a light at its individual alpha brainwave frequency for 1.5 seconds

Bozeman Landed Hyundai’s New Horizons Studio R&D Center. Now Montana Is On The Hunt For More Manufacturing

Now a consortium of government, academic and business leaders in the state, including the Montana Manufacturing Association under the Montana Chamber of Commerce, has been working for the past few years on a collection of other attractions to draw one specific kind of newcomer to Big Sky Country: manufacturers.

Eye-pressure-sensing contact lens both monitors and manages glaucoma

If people with glaucoma don’t stay on top of their condition, blindness may result.

Montana’s McLaughlin Research Institute aims to establish one of the nation’s first rural clinical research centers

While much of their research has focused on using mouse models as a way to dissect the genetic basis of susceptibility to neurodegenerative diseases, they are on the path towards a much bigger goal, in the hopes that it will bring all sorts of benefits to the Treasure State. That goal is establishing one of the nation’s first rural clinical research centers, which will be aimed at expanding clinical research in neurodegenerative diseases.

A breakthrough system can see through walls by using Wi-Fi routers

Researchers have been working on ways to “see” people without using cameras or expensive LiDAR hardware for years.

A Drug to Treat Aging May Not Be a Pipe Dream

New approaches to the biology of senescence can make lives longer and healthier.

Springwise: Our top ten most-read innovations of 2022

At Springwise, we often find that our readers’ interest in different types of innovation correlates with the issues facing the wider world.

Can aging be cured? Scientists are giving it a try. National Geographic

Cutting-edge technologies are revealing the intricacies of human aging and sparking research into drugs to slow it, or even reverse it.

Automated Driving Systems (ADS) for Rural America

ADS for Rural America is a project that is testing the use of automated driving technologies on rural roadways to examine and understand the unique needs of rural environments, while working toward solutions that improve safety and mobility.