Browsing: Ray Blanco
In 8th grade Ray Blanco was in his basement learning how to build what's called a "Wilson Cloud Chamber," a supercooled device for detecting particles of ionizing radiation. Now, he is an expert in advanced robotics, avionics, genomics, and biotechnology. Blanco was raised in Miami,FL, after his family fled Cuba in the 1960s. He is co-editor of Technology Profits Confidential and contributes to Breakthrough Technology Alert and Tomorrow in Review.
Today, Ray tells you how to profit from curing cancer.
The US in the midst of an energy revolution, but it hasn't come easily. It's been a long time in the making, and the only reason it's happening is because of technological breakthroughs in oil production. Today, Ray Blanco explains why the next step in this energy revolution is improving seismic technology. Read on...
There is an ancient and unsettling enemy that seriously threatens all of humanity... While that may sound like the premise to the latest superhero movie, unfortunately it's all too real. And while we've been able to keep this enemy at bay for the last century, it has mutated and becoming stronger than ever. Ray Blanco explains...
In the future, we’ll all have personal servants. They’ll clean our homes, tend to our gardens, harvest our food, manufacture our goods and fight our battles. But these "slaves" won’t be human, and early investors in the technology it takes to bring them online stand to make a killing. Ray Blanco has the full story...
Whether from natural or human causes, the next virus pandemic will, sooner or later, hit the globe. Fortunately, the science to counter these threats is maturing rapidly.
Today, Ray shows you one disruptive product that’s doing away with older, more expensive Cable TV.
We often take transformational change for granted. It really doesn’t take very long for us to become accustomed to the profound changes technology can bring.
We mortals have been working on the problem of physical pain for about as long as we have been walking the planet.
Today, Ray should you ways to ride the next big trend in mobile computing
Great New Medical Technologies Aren’t Coming From Big Pharma, but Rather From These Kinds of Scrappy Biotech Upstarts