Lina Zeldovich

Lina Zeldovich

Lina Zeldovich lives in New York and writes about science, health, food and ecology. She has contributed to Newsweek, Smithsonian, BBC, and NPR, among other publications, and is working on a book titled "Black Gold: The Science and Business of Turning Waste into Wealth."

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From tornado flushes to remote controls, modern toilets are flush with tech

With the global observance of World Toilet Day on November 19, we take a look at how the modern toilet in our homes and businesses have evolved, and how they are becoming smarter tools in the future.
Health & Fitness

JLABS injects some tech into the medical industry

Innovating health care is expensive, risky, and complicated legally. One company is trying to remove these barriers with clever and altruistic approach.
Features

From picking to pollinating, agribots are pushing farming into the future

Farming is becoming increasingly challenging. To deal with environmental pollution, labor shortage, and other major issues, agricultural scientists are turning to robots and AI.
Health & Fitness

How brain readers are helping MMA fighters bounce back

Brain readers are leaving the lab and finding their way into gyms, where the advanced metrics they deliver can help MMA fighters determine when it’s safe to return to the ring.
Emerging Tech

Columbia’s most comfortable clothes are also its smartest, thanks to textile tech

They may not have processors or batteries, but smart clothes can react to the conditions around you, and make the great outdoors a whole lot more comfortable.
Emerging Tech

Protect your manhood from phone radiation with these silver-lined boxers

Thanks to a special fabric woven with silver, four Germans friends have designed a way to protect their privates from the potential threat of cell phone radiation: Boxer shorts that shield those most vital parts from electromagnetic waves.