Sometimes it feels like the world is advancing at an unprecedented rate, but that isn’t always a bad thing and in this case it is actually very positive. In April, the Nature Conservancy and scientists in the Arnavon Community Marine Conservation area tagged ten endangered Hawksbills with GPS trackers and have been collecting data on them ever since.
Entries in technology (8)
This week on Into the Wild we are looking to the future: investigating inventions designed to help problems associated with the modern world. Today we present our top three technological innovations, intended to help combat a variety of issues mainly related to population increase. These groundbreaking creations could be the answer to water shortages, energy consumption, air pollution and much more…
A few weeks ago the seventh billion baby was born into the world: a demographic milestone which brought to the public’s attention the problems associated with population increase. This week on Into The Wild we will be looking to the future, and investigating ways in which tomorrow’s planet will be aided and enhanced by technology.
Today we look at 10 of the best gadgets and apps for the tech-embracing traveller putting the IT back into ‘getting away from it all’.
Continuing our week-long theme of technology and innovation, today we look at Water Canary: a product designed to assist with the worldwide problem of poor water quality.
Continuing this week’s theme of innovation and technology, we took to the streets of Shoreditch to find out exactly which gadgets people are using to aid their travel abroad. Technology is playing an increasing role in travel experiences; there is less focus on traditional maps and guide books, and an escalating popularity in BlackBerry and iPhone apps. Here’s what we found out: