German Winemakers Are Hoping for a Revival With a Return to Drier Wines

Producers and importers are seeking to regain their old reputation by a return to dry, age-worthy wines.

The new world of virtual banks: profitability will define success

The new age of virtual banks and how it can be more future ready Progressive regulation is creating open and collaborative ecosystems with both banks and customers moving up the technology maturity scale. With customer sentiment ripe for a new way of banking, virtual banks need to grow at scale, leveraging open, cloud-based platforms. While […] The post The new world of virtual banks: profitability will define success appeared first on e27.

3 ways to know if your startup is ready to go international

Can your startup function effectively in a global environment? It is virtually every company’s goal to go global, but doing so entails a multitude of challenges. Before you decide to expand your startup business internationally, you need to ascertain that your business is ready for it. How do you know if your business is prepared […] The post 3 ways to know if your startup is ready to go international appeared first on e27.

NASA’s Orion crew capsule is officially complete and ready to prep for its first Moon mission

NASA’s 50th anniversary celebrations weren’t limited to just remembrances of past achievements – the space agency also marked the day by confirming that the Orion crew capsule that will bring astronauts back to the Moon for the first time since the end of the Apollo program is ready for its first trip to lunar orbit, […]

Hold the first Moon rock ever collected with your smartphone

NASA is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing in a variety of ways today, but here’s one you can experience no matter where you are, provided you have a modern smartphone. NASA’s Astromaterials Research & Exploration Science (ARES) department has released a fully detailed model of the first ever sample of […]

This Distillery Is Releasing Its Oldest Whisky Yet—36 Years After Closing

Scotland’s Port Ellen Distillery closed in 1983. The distillery’s new 39-year-old release shines a light on the distillery’s past and its future.

How Mezcal’s Boom Is Helping Lift Its Makers Out of Extreme Poverty

Craft mezcal’s popularity in the U.S. has had a dramatic effect on some of the people who have been making it for generations.

E-Bike Sales Are Putting a Charge in the Fortunes of Bikemakers

The latest trend on two wheels marks a new era for the bike industry. Every few years, a new sensation comes to the rescue of a beleaguered U.S. bicycle industry. In the 1970s, 10-speed bikes from Europe sparked a boom stateside. A decade later, mountain bikes renewed the business. A few years after that, American […]

This Street Is the Perfect Place to Soak Up the Spirit of San Juan

Calle Loiza is undergoing a resurgence, post-Hurricane Maria.

How New Nashville Hotels Are Bucking the Airbnb Trend

A look at five new places to stay that are encouraging visitors to Music City to rethink their options.

Eat Oysters in New York City to Help Clean Up the City’s Waterways

Help this nonprofit clean up the city's rivers by digging in.

Bernard Arnault Just Became the World’s Second-Richest Man. How Did He Make His Billions?

Bernard Arnault started out in engineering, but he made his fortune with some of the world's best-known luxury brands

4 key capacity Increases that lead to business growth

Understanding how to increase and optimise several key components of your business can lead to tremendous growth In today’s business world, the ability of blue-chip companies to continuously develop new strategies to overcome their hurdles give them an edge over their competitors. Well, this same thing goes for startups. As a matter of fact, new […] The post 4 key capacity Increases that lead to business growth appeared first on e27.

How to enter the cloud mining market

A guide to understanding and entering cloud mining   If you’re looking to enter the cryptocurrency industry, then there are two ways that you can get this done; you can go to an exchange get your tokens, or you can make them. The “making” process has been described as mining, and it can be broken […] The post How to enter the cloud mining market appeared first on e27.

Taking a glimpse into agritech startups in Thailand

In the latest edition of our agritech startups series, we take a look into what startups are doing in the kingdom After Singapore, Indonesia, and the Philippines, we are looking at agritech startups in Thailand. Like in many other Southeast Asian countries, the agriculture sector plays a crucial role in the country’s economy. A Bangkok […] The post Taking a glimpse into agritech startups in Thailand appeared first on e27.

Moon bricks could keep the lights on and the heat up in Lunar colonies

There may be no "dark side" of the Moon, but when and where it is dark, it's dark — and stays that way for two weeks. If we're going to have colonists up there, they'll need to stay warm and keep the lights (among other things) on for the long lunar night. Turns out bricks made of Moon dust could be part of the solution.

Google’s SMILY is reverse image search for cancer diagnosis

Spotting and diagnosing cancer is a complex and difficult process even for the dedicated medical professionals who do it for a living. A new tool from Google researchers could improve the process by providing what amounts to reverse image search for suspicious or known cancerous cells. But it's more than a simple matching algorithm.

First He Helped Recruit Michael Jordan to UNC, Now He’s the Go-To Scout—For College Basketball Coaches

As the NCAA has become a huge business, so has the business of scouting and hiring top basketball coaches.

Self-driving startup AutoX expands beyond deliveries and sets its sights on Europe

AutoX, the Hong Kong and San Jose, Calif.-based autonomous vehicle technology company, is pushing past its grocery delivery roots and into the AV supplier and robotaxi business. And now, it’s taking its business to Europe. AutoX has partnered with NEVS — the Swedish holding company and electric vehicle manufacturer that bought Saab’s assets out of […]

Lyft expands its PIN feature for airport pickups to LaGuardia

Lyft has announced an expansion of its new program designed to make airport pickups less confusing for riders and drivers alike, by directing riders to a designated pickup spot where they’ll show the driver a PIN code. The program is launching this weekend at New York’s LaGuardia Airport, the company says, and the plan to […]

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