Born to grow
The way we train doctors is backward – and CyberPatient has the treatmentAlex Kinsella - January 15, 2020
Dr. Qayumi, founder of CyberPatient, uses simulations to bridge the gap between the theory of medicine and in-the-field experience for future doctors around the world.
Unlocking the ivory tower: how ApplyBoard makes education accessible to allJackie Gill - Jan 7, 2020
Meti, Martin and Massi Basiri aren't just brothers. They're former international students and the co-founders of ApplyBoard who believe any student should be able to apply to any school in the world.
Steady drip or firehose? The way we train matters, says AxonifyJackie Gill - November 15, 2019
Good training matters – it raises knowledge levels, improves engagement and boosts performance. Still, we could be doing a better job by embracing micro-learning, says Axonify.
Viva la vida local: How Faire is changing the way local stores buy and makers sellJackie Gill - October 30, 2019
“The future is local,” says Faire. Here are the stats behind local stores, the retail market, handmade goods and how Faire joins those worlds together.