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Author : Andrea D. Steffen

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I use the alphabet to paint words that become a beautiful and inspiring image in the reader's mind.
Environment Innovation Sustainability

Jumpstart: The Easy Way To Support Clean Energy Projects

Andrea D. Steffen
If the global temperature continues to rise the world will be a complete disaster. We will begin to see more and more devastating floods and droughts and catastrophic weather resulting in the displacement of tens
Lifestyle

Richard Branson Says The Future Of Work Will Be Four Day Weekends

Andrea D. Steffen
“If we all worked “smarter, we won’t have to work longer.” – Branson More and more we are beginning to see technological advances reaching a point that machines will be able to do many of
Health

New HIV Infections in South Africa Drop Almost 50 Percent

Andrea D. Steffen
South Africa has the largest HIV epidemic in the world. Surprisingly enough, recent research by the Human Services Research Council (HSRC) recorded the rate of new HIV infections in the country has dropped by 44
Environment Sustainability

Renewable Energy Has Finally Overtaken Fossil Fuels In The UK

Andrea D. Steffen
The UK has reached a green milestone to be celebrated. Renewable energy there has tripled in the past five years. Now, for the first time in history, it has overtaken the amount of energy generated
Health Technology

Artificial Intelligence Can Detect Alzheimer’s Disease Six Years Before Diagnosis

Andrea D. Steffen
There is no cure for Alzheimer’s disease. There are however preventative measures. New promising drugs have emerged in recent years that can help curb the condition’s progression. Although, the thing with these medicines is that
Health Innovation

Watch A Swarm of Nanobots Swim Through Eye To Deliver Medicine

Andrea D. Steffen
The human eyeballs encompass substances that are difficult to penetrate. These obstacles make successful ocular drug delivery challenging. The current method of topical administration to treat diseases in the anterior of the eye works, but
Health Sustainability

This Coffee Company Is Providing Indigenous People With Clean Water

Andrea D. Steffen
There is a coffee company in Canada with a clear goal for clean water for all. They want to bring good quality drinking water, free of charge, to every home, every reserve, every treaty, and
Health Innovation Technology

Engineers Create Device That Measures Vital Signs With Radio Waves

Andrea D. Steffen
Monitoring a person’s vital signs (heart rate, blood pressure, respiratory rates, and breath effort) is crucial to managing their health. The current methods of practice in the measurement process can be uncomfortable because of their
Health

Alzheimer’s Disease Linked To Chronic Inflammation Leading To New Treatments

Andrea D. Steffen
It is already understood that possessing the ApoE4 gene is the major genetic risk factor of Alzheimer’s disease (AD). What has been unknown is why not all ApoE4 carriers develop AD. Boston University School of
Health Innovation

Biologists Engineer An Eavesdropping Virus Into A Bacterial Assassin

Andrea D. Steffen
“When bacteria talk, Bonnie Bassler listens. She just never figured that viruses were listening, too.” – The Atlantic A phage is a type of virus that preys on and attacks bacteria. A team of scientists

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