The Festering Consumer Confidence Problem: How Foodborne Illnesses are Destroying Public Trust and how New Discoveries could Save the Day.

Posted on: September 29th, 2016 by Jeff Renoe No Comments

In order to pass through a typical day we are forced to rely on other humans. There are few places that becomes any more evident than in the food industry. We trust that the food we buy at the grocery or at various restaurants has been grown, harvested and prepared safely in a way that […]

Earth’s Mass Melting Problem and its Superior Effect on Water Temperature

Posted on: September 23rd, 2016 by Jeff Renoe No Comments

Try to imagine having a glass of ice water on the hottest day of the year. The glass sweats in your hand as you try your best to remain hydrated in the heat. Before you’re able to finish your drink the ice has fully melted and the water is already starting to warm. Yuck. Here’s […]

Hot and Bothered: The Environmental Impact on Human Emotion

Posted on: September 16th, 2016 by Jeff Renoe No Comments

Have you ever thought of moving to a new city when you’re sad? You may hear people tell you that the grass isn’t always greener on the other side, but a change in the surrounding environment can have a direct impact on the state of your emotions. That’s a fact that may not come as […]

IoT is Actually IoS: Services You Use Now and What the Future Looks Like

Posted on: August 31st, 2016 by Jeff Renoe No Comments

 The Internet of Things (IoT) has been discussed in media clippings around the world for years, and many have discussed how consumers have been slow to adopt the devices that have been introduced into Consumer IoT. The truth is, they’re already here and already being used. The problem is that it’s been misnamed and no […]

Healthcare Communication Counts: How Paper and Pens are Taking a Backseat to Technology

Posted on: August 22nd, 2016 by Jeff Renoe No Comments

The stereotype of the illegible doctor’s handwriting is no joke- it can cause a pharmacist to dispense the wrong dose of a certain drug – or the wrong drug altogether – potentially killing a patient. Yet for years, that’s how prescriptions were handled.  A quick scrawl on a notepad and, fingers crossed, the patient would […]