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See the Best 2017 Wedding Dresses Before They Hit the Bridal Fashion Week Runways

It's the most wonderful time of the year — Bridal Fashion Week! For us that means hundreds of the most beautiful wedding dresses strutting down the fashion week runways. Some of our favorite designers gave us a preview of what wedding dresses will look like in 2017, sharing sketches of the designs …

A Handy Gadget for Fidgety People

If you often find yourself compulsively clicking your pen, jangling your keys, or drumming your fingers on your desk, Antsy Labs may have the perfect …

Stem Cell Therapy Restores Movement to Paralyzed Man’s Arms and Hands

On March 6, 2016, just before Kris Boesen’s 21st birthday, his car skidded across a wet road in Bakersfield, California and slammed into a telephone …

20 More Word Usage Mistakes Even Smart People Make

We’ve covered 20 pitfalls of English before, but there are plenty more to look out for. Here are another 20 word usage mistakes that can trip you …

Film Festivals

What Causes 'Floaters' and Other Visual Phenomena?

You may have seen "floaters" in your vision, especially if you look at a blank wall or a bright blue sky. What are they? And should we be worried …

Why Do We Crave Greasy Food When We’re Hungover?

No matter how much fun you have into the wee hours of the morning, hangovers are a rough trade-off for a night of boozing. Friends may suggest and …

Alcohol

How All 32 NFL Teams Got Their Names

What do newspaper headline type and the New Deal have to do with the Oakland Raiders and Philadelphia Eagles? Here are the stories behind the …

Stunning Long-exposure Shot Of Marin County Covered With Fog Lit By A Full Moon

www.flickr.com<p>Italian photographer Lorenzo Montezemolo climbed Mt. Tamalpais to capture Marin County, California covered with a river of fog lit by a …

How To Fall Asleep Instantly Following These Simple Tips

How To Fall Asleep Instantly<p>.<p>How to fall asleep instantly? Allow me to teach you. This will be a great skill to have. It will lead to better health …

The coolest container house you'll ever see

Today we will see a project where sustainability equals sophistication! <i>Christina</i> <i>Menezes Architects</i>, based in Brazil, came with the beautiful concept …

Renowned Harvard Psychologist Says ADHD is Largely a Fraud

<b>Categories</b>Autism & ADHD, Big Pharma, Carolanne Wright, Depression, Anxiety & Mental Health, DNA, the Brain & The Human Body, Health & Medical, …

15 Daily Routines That Will Boost Your Productivity

Looking to become more productive? Here are 15 daily habits that can help you.<p>Feeling the office blues?<p>It's okay. It is an unfortunate reality that most U.S. workers spend long hours in the office, working themselves to death until they become office zombies.<p>Because of the long hours and often …

Coconut

Want to Raise Wildly Successful Kids? Science Says Do This for Them (but Their Schools Probably Won't)

A 45-year study of 5,000 gifted students reaches some controversial conclusions.<p>This is a story about gifted kids, science--and a big mistake.<p>It starts with a longitudinal study of some the most intelligent young people the United States has ever produced--a study involving more than 5,000 students …

World’s smallest hard disk can write information atom by atom

Dutch scientists have created the world's smallest hard disk by developing a new rewritable storage technology capable of writing information atom by …

How To Fix Flying

1<p>American air traffic control "no longer has the most modern equipment, the most efficient aircraft routings, or the best technology."<p>Meanwhile, in Europe, the German and Swiss corporations responsible for air traffic are using this type of data link for all phases of flight, including predeparture …

Aviation

The secret history of X-ray specs

The discovery of X-rays at the end of the 19th century led to fantasies of glasses that could see through walls – and clothes. But have those ideas now become reality?<p>“I have seen my death!” Anna Bertha Röntgen is said to have exclaimed upon seeing the first X-ray photograph ever made – an image of …

Scientists Create 'Smart' Thread to Know What's Happening Under Your Skin

Sometime soon, tech-enabled stitches and bandages could report data on wounds directly to doctors.<p>Scientists are working to take "wearable" technology to a whole new level. Or, more accurately, to new depths.<p>A group of Tufts University-led researchers recently announced that it created a …

Metal 3D printing takes flight

Filemon Schoffer Contributor<p>Filemon Schoffer is the head of community at 3D Hubs.<p>More posts by this contributor:<p>3D printing technologies explained<br>• How expiring patents are ushering in the next generation of 3D printing<p>While many designers and engineers find success with 3D-printing parts in plastic …

Police in Michigan are trying to 3D-print a murder victim’s fingerprint to unlock his phone

A research lab at Michigan State University, trying to show how easily our devices can be hacked into, has been using printed fingerprints to spoof mobile-phone sensors. Then the police got involved.<p>After becoming aware of their research, the digital forensics and cyber-crime unit at Michigan State …

Procrastinate Better

Ask yourself, is all that wasted time really rewarding? And other tips from Charles Duhigg, who wrote the book on productivity.<p>Why is it that the more work I have to do, the more the internet beckons me into its endless maw of distraction? <i>Oh Lord</i>, I will say, appealing both to myself and to …

Procrastination

Why NASA still believes we might find life on Mars

The day Gil Levin says he detected life on Mars, he was waiting in his lab at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, watching a piece of paper inch out of a printer.<p>Levin snatched the sheet and scrutinized the freshly inked graph. A thin line measuring radioactive carbon crept steadily upward, just as …

Dental Care

Drones will begin delivering blood and medicine in the US

After launching in Rwanda, Zipline brings its fleet of medical drones to three US states<p>A startup that uses drones to deliver medicine and blood to remote areas of Rwanda is launching a similar program in the US. California-based Zipline will bring its drone delivery program to rural and remote …

Virgin Galactic makes one small step toward commercial spaceflight

Space flight company Virgin Galactic has moved a step closer to taking paying customers out of this world after getting official approval for its spaceplane.<p>America’s Federal Aviation Authority has granted the company an operators licence for the SpaceShipTwo spaceplane, which Virgin says will …

Space Travel

Wireless 'Neural Dust' Could Monitor Your Brain

Sand-sized sensor implants give instant feedback from nerve cells<p>Science fiction that features wires connecting brains to computers might now be obsolete. Wireless powered implants, each smaller than a grain of rice, could serve as "neural dust" that can one day scan and stimulate brain cells. Such …

Lear plans to ship a modular unit to let cars talk to smart cities and other vehicles

Car component supplier Lear is hoping to ride the wave of connectivity to new heights, with plans to develop and ship a unit for its car-maker customers that lets their vehicles communicate with other cars on the road, city infrastructure including connected roads and traffic lights, and with …

‘Wireless fiber’ could give us gigabit Internet speeds with no cables at all

So, you're on the hunt for a new home-Internet provider. The one you like seems to offer fast, reliable service, but its footprint ends just short of where you happen to live — and there aren't many other options in your area. Too bad: Looks like you'll be sticking with slow speeds and lackluster …

Telecoms

A Robot Buoy That Saves Whales From Boat Strikes

A new surveillance system off the coast of New York aims to help keep the creatures out of harm’s way.<p>Twenty-two miles south of New York’s Fire Island, in an ocean region jam-packed with shipping traffic, there’s a bobbing yellow-and-blue buoy that’s actually a robot spy. It’s using advanced …

Whales

Use It Or Lose It–How Brain Exercise Fights Alzheimer’s

One day your doctor may prescribe lifelong learning.<p>If you want to keep your memories, you’d better make sure to exercise your brain.<p>A new study from Iowa State University suggests that the more you use your brain, the better it is at remembering things. By giving it regular workouts, you’ll keep …

What to expect at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics | CNN Travel

Hong Kong (CNN) — A robot directs you to your stadium seat, while artificial meteorites streak across the sky. Down below, hundreds of performers decked out in traditional Japanese costumes glide through the arena. You take all this in, as a multilingual translation app on your smartphone describes …

Why living with your parents is not as bad as you think

Regardless of all of the negative connotations, living at home can provide some wonderful financial benefits. Learn more.<p>A recent study by Pew …