This Smart Eye Mask Could Be The Answer To Your Sleep Problems

    Waking up is hard to do. That’s why this company is making sleep a priority by giving the classic face mask an upgrade. The Dreamlight  uses light therapy to calm you into meditation, help you fall into deep sleep and then ease you awake in the morning. The mask helps track your sleeping habits, … read more

How Two College Students Found A New Superfood in Beer

When Daniel Kurzrock and Jordan Schwartz started brewing beer in their freshman year dormitory, they had no idea it would lead to the discovery of a new superfood, and eventually a new business. They focused on churning out gallons of the homebrew, refining the process with each new batch, and soon noticed how much grain their … read more

Arts in Chicago, Smart Water and More: Our Weekly News Roundup

Tech Move over Soda Stream, there is a new (and dare I say better?) bougie water maker in town. Not only does rOcean let you make your own LaCroix, it also filters the gunk out of your water, and syncs with Alexa and Google home so that your when your filters are running low, they automatically order new … read more

Indiegogo Backed “The Silent Child” Wins at the Oscars 2018

This past Sunday, over 26 million people from around the world tuned in to watch the 2018 Academy Awards. It was a night filled with inspiration in what is arguably the most diversely nominated Oscar field in history. Jordan Peele became the first African-American writer to be nominated for “Best Original Screenplay” for GET OUT. … read more

How a teen scientist is augmenting the human body, one robotic limb at a time

It all started in a bedroom in a Colorado mountain town, when a 14-year-old boy grabbed the materials around him — fishing twine, legos, and the motors of toy airplanes — to create his first robotic arm. Over time, this young teen made resourceful improvements to these limbs: dental rubber bands from braces moved the fingers, a windshield wiper motor … read more