Grady Memorial Hospital introduces new tech to identify brain bleeds

Grady Memo­r­i­al Hos­pi­tal has added a new tech­nol­o­gy it hopes will help doc­tors more quick­ly iden­ti­fy poten­tial trau­mat­ic brain injury. Grady said Tues­day it became the first hos­pi­tal in Geor­gia to intro­duce […]

These Two Moms Unite To Transform The Way Americans Eat

Child­hood obe­si­ty in Amer­i­ca has sig­nif­i­cant­ly increased in the past 3 decades. Accord­ing to 2015–2016 reports by the Cen­ter For Dis­ease Con­trol And Pre­ven­tion 1 in 5 chil­dren between the ages 6 […]

Advanced Microgrid Solutions’ Hybrid-Electric Building Fleet Goes Live

How a 10-megawatt fleet of bat­ter­ies in Cal­i­for­nia office build­ings fits into the state’s dis­trib­uted ener­gy time­line. Back in 2015, Cal­i­for­nia real estate devel­op­er Irvine Com­pa­ny announced plans to turn high-rise prop­er­ties […]

Off Grid Electric Secures $55 Million in Series D Financing

The invest­ment is like­ly the largest pure ven­ture equi­ty round for a solar home sys­tem provider in emerg­ing mar­kets. Off Grid Elec­tric closed its Series D fund­ing Fri­day with $55 […]

5 Takeaways From The Times’s ClimateTECH Conference

SAN FRANCISCO — Tech­nol­o­gy and busi­ness lead­ers gath­ered here on Thurs­day to dis­cuss solu­tions to ris­ing glob­al tem­per­a­tures at Cli­mateTECH, a con­fer­ence host­ed by The New York Times. The con­ver­sa­tion ranged […]