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A 28-year-old MIT graduate has created a leak-detecting robot that could eliminate some of the 2 trillion gallons of wasted drinking water annually
You Wu, a 28-year-old graduate of MIT, has developed a robot that can find leaks in water pipes by detecting suction forces. Previous methods of leak detection have relied on listening to leaks, something Wu said is ineffective.
Online shopping is boring and tedious, says Neha Singh, founder of Obsess. Here's how the ex-Google employee plans to usher in a new era of creativity for e-commerce
Meet the Clear Cut, a couple who’s selling thousands of dollars worth of diamonds through their Instagram DMs
The Clear Cut is selling tailor-made engagement rings online. "A lot of the country is in a diamond desert," says The Clear Cut co-founder Olivia Landau.
The Chipotle E. coli outbreak inspired these 2 engineers to build a device that could quash the spread of foodborne illness
PathSpot uses spectroscopy — the study of the way light interacts with matter — to help determine whether or not there's bacteria on hands. Its founders say that the device could take off in hospitals, restaurants, airports, and schools.
Wevorce wants to keep divorce amicable and out of courts.
The relationship between Wall Street banks and the tech world is changing.
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