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  • MIT Creates Glowing Plants to Replace Electric Lights
    in: Tech  | 

    MIT Creates Glowing Plants to Replace Electric Lights

    This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. You probably reach for the light switch when it gets dark, but researchers from MIT are working on technology that could make houseplants your new desk lamp. The team created nanoparticles containing the same enzymes that make fireflies glow and […]

  • Toronto FC president wants to win like Shanahan, Ujiri
    in: Sports  | 

    Toronto FC president wants to win like Shanahan, Ujiri

    Tim Leiweke, former president and CEO of Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, demanded nothing but the best and dared to be bold. Three years ago, the 60-year-old introduced captain Michael Bradley as a member of Toronto FC in a welcoming party at Real Sports Bar & Grill that was fit for a king. When Leiweke […]