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Bold Glance – Top Tech Startups in Indonesia


Indonesia is the Number 3 country in the world for tech startups. This archipelago nation of 17,000 islands is coming on strong in the tech industry with tons of innovation and creativity.Read More


Bold Glance – Nobel Prize in Medicine 2017


The Nobel Prize for Medicine in 2017 was awarded to three scientists for their work in unlocking the secrets of the body clock. They described the chemical process which takes place at the cellular level to drive the sleeping and waking cycle. Read More


Bold Glance – EdTech Startups


The bold idea of ‘Educational Technology’ or Ed Tech is nothing new. AI and Big Data may be getting all the love, but Ed Tech is growing incredibly fast. Ed Tech startups are everywhere now. Talk about new and innovative ideas, these 5 companies are fast tracking ed. Read More


Bold Glance: 5 Bold Drone Startup Companies


Drones have literally taken off. This industry is bursting with some of the most innovative technology and true experimentation in the worldwide tech industry. Drones have expanded rapidly into all sectors. They are expected tp reach $22.15 billion in the global market by the year 2022. Read More


Bold Glance: Will Beer Be the Next Healthy Superfood?


Introducing the new probiotic beer! Researchers in Singapore found a way to produce healthy beer. During the research experiments, lactic bacteria were used as a probiotic enabling it to survive the beer fermentation process. Read More


Bold Glance: Food Fraud


Bold Glance looks at how private companies and concerned citizens are fighting back against food fraud, with new apps that make it easier. An Australian company, launched a bold anti-fraud technology which can help fight food counterfeiting. This is expected to become an industry standard for invisible tracking technology which can be used not only for food but for other products as well. Read More


Bold Glance: Will the Robots take your Job?


Will the robots take your job? For more than a hundred years, people have feared that robots would take their jobs. It hasn’t happened yet, and it isn’t likely to in the future. While there’s no denying that the Fourth Industrial Revolution has arrived, it doesn’t mean that machines will be taking over and edging out humans. Read More


Bold Glance: Are Solar Rooftops About to Make a Large Impact?


Rooftops could be in for large Bold changes. They could impact the way we live and how we interact with the planet. Elon Musk’s Solar City and Tesla recently announced their new version of rooftop solar shingles with fanfare. Read More


Bold Glance: A Bold Idea, A Nobel Prize 30 years in the Making


Bold Business applauds the award of the 2016 Nobel Prize Winners in Chemistry to scientists, Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Sir J. Fraser Stoddart, and Bernard L. Feringa. Their work in the field of nanotechnology involving the design of molecular machines offers vast potential about bold impact for mankind. Read More


Bold Glance: Are Driverless Trucks Going to Disrupt the Transportation Industry?


The trucking industry is the lifeblood of the U.S. economy. Nearly 70% of all the freight tonnage moved in the U.S. goes on trucks accounting for $671 billion worth of manufactured and retail goods transported by truck in the U.S. alone. Though much has been written about driverless cars, driverless trucks are much more likely to appear on America’s roads sooner. Read More


Bold Glance: The Growing Market for 3D Printing


3D printing technology, is a game-changer for many industries. One of the most interesting areas of research with 3D printing is in the medical and scientific communities. Researchers have already found ways to print tissues and organs. This bold invention has helped people who suffered from many diseases. Read More