Move over, Alexa. Liesl Yearsley wants Akin to be an empathetic, more female-focused version of big tech’s home devices.
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As Extreme Heat Ravages Globe, This Startup Aims to Improve Air Quality. New York Is Betting $8 Million on Its Tech
Davida Herzl’s company, Aclima, has been tasked with collecting data that she hopes will be used to create climate action plans.
With the landmark case expected to be overturned, we talk with Pandia Health’s Dr. Sophia Yen and daughter Stephanie about reproductive rights.
Gradual growth in 2022 means industry-wide change remains to be seen.
These entrepreneurs are using their businesses to avert future water crises, treat dementia and increase the number of female executives.
The fashion line boasts feminine accessories and a host of celebrity investors.
A sprawling new exhibit will showcase inspiring women making a mark in science-related fields.
What are your weekend plans? Perhaps a date?
Forget the billionaire space race. Wealthy women are firmly backing female founders.
Alexandra Williamson started Asteya after having to take time off work at the dating app due to a medical condition.
Yes, artificial intelligence has incredible potential. But it’s also reproducing all the gender bias and inequality that currently exists in the world. (Part 1)
Joan Melendez, founder of Xcelrate UDI, is introducing an app that will track vaccine orders and much more.
More fertility startups are cropping up in an already crowded and competitive field.
Sevetri Wilson is rapidly scaling her business after an $8 million shot of venture capital.
WeSolar offers affordable energy to low- and moderate-income families.