This week in PopTech: Brain scans, sustainable finance and the micro-everything revolution

There's always something brewing in the PopTech community. From the world-changing people, projects and ideas in our network, a handful of this week's highlights follows.

  • Adrian Owen (PopTech 2010) has found a way to use brain scans to communicate with people who are in vegetative states. This week, Owen talks to Nature about the fight to take his methods to the clinic.
  • If you missed it earlier this week, we released PopTech Editions II - Small is beautiful: The micro-everything revolution, the second feature in our series that examines an emerging theme at the edge of change from the perspective of some of the remarkable innovators shaping it. As with our last Edition, this one serves as a guide to a timely topic with original essays and articles from contributors, interviews from the field, videos on and off the PopTech stage, and more. Take a look.

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