As Kodak struggles, Eastman Chemical thrives

By Ernest Scheyder and Liana B. Baker NEW YORK (Reuters) – George Eastman is best known as the inventor of photographic film and founder of Eastman Kodak Co, but his century-old legacy of entrepreneurship now rides on the lesser-known Eastman

As Kodak struggles, Eastman Chemical thrives

By Ernest Scheyder and Liana B. Baker NEW YORK (Reuters) – George Eastman is best known as the inventor of photographic film and founder of Eastman Kodak Co, but his century-old legacy of entrepreneurship now rides on the lesser-known Eastman

Cornell’s $2 Billion Campus Fuels N.Y.C. Search for Tech Jobs

By James S. Russell – Dec 19, 2011 10:01 PM MT Research towers and sloping lab buildings are oriented for the most efficient capture of solar energy in this proposal for a new engineering campus in New York City. The joint

Cornell’s $2 Billion Campus Fuels N.Y.C. Search for Tech Jobs

By James S. Russell – Dec 19, 2011 10:01 PM MT Research towers and sloping lab buildings are oriented for the most efficient capture of solar energy in this proposal for a new engineering campus in New York City. The joint

Race to relax crowdfunding rules invites strange bedfellows

By Deborah L. Cohen CHICAGO | Mon Dec 12, 2011 2:46pm EST (Reuters) – A motley crew of backers is pushing Congress to loosen restrictions on crowdfunding, the new capital-raising method that uses the Internet to solicit start-up investment, despite warnings about the

Race to relax crowdfunding rules invites strange bedfellows

By Deborah L. Cohen CHICAGO | Mon Dec 12, 2011 2:46pm EST (Reuters) – A motley crew of backers is pushing Congress to loosen restrictions on crowdfunding, the new capital-raising method that uses the Internet to solicit start-up investment, despite warnings about the

Saab files for bankruptcy

No options left, Muller pulls plug.   It’s unlikely, analysts say, that any buyer will be found for the Saab plant in Trollhattan. Having used up all its options, long-struggling Saab has filed for bankruptcy, ending a desperate bid for

Saab files for bankruptcy

No options left, Muller pulls plug.   It’s unlikely, analysts say, that any buyer will be found for the Saab plant in Trollhattan. Having used up all its options, long-struggling Saab has filed for bankruptcy, ending a desperate bid for

Lumus glasses let you watch video, and the real world

By Emily Price Cinema glasses aren’t exactly anything new. You typically wear the glasses like you would your favorite pair of shades, and then see what appears to be a private giant screen in front of you. The downside of

Lumus glasses let you watch video, and the real world

By Emily Price Cinema glasses aren’t exactly anything new. You typically wear the glasses like you would your favorite pair of shades, and then see what appears to be a private giant screen in front of you. The downside of

Is There a Connection between Nanotechnology and the So-Called Hydrogen Economy?

POSTED BY: DEXTER JOHNSON  /  FRI, NOVEMBER 05, 2010     Nanotechnology has been held out as the missing element for making fuel cell use commonplace since the field first started to get news coverage outside of a select group of

Is There a Connection between Nanotechnology and the So-Called Hydrogen Economy?

POSTED BY: DEXTER JOHNSON  /  FRI, NOVEMBER 05, 2010     Nanotechnology has been held out as the missing element for making fuel cell use commonplace since the field first started to get news coverage outside of a select group of

A Techwise Conversation With Steve Chabinsky of the FBI’s Cyber Division

BY STEVEN CHERRY // MON, DECEMBER 12, 2011 Let’s start with a quote: The “cyber threat is one of the most serious economic and national security challenges we face as a nation.” That’s not a statement from the computer trade press, trying to

A Techwise Conversation With Steve Chabinsky of the FBI’s Cyber Division

BY STEVEN CHERRY // MON, DECEMBER 12, 2011 Let’s start with a quote: The “cyber threat is one of the most serious economic and national security challenges we face as a nation.” That’s not a statement from the computer trade press, trying to