Y Combinator is known for backing highly successful technology startups such as Airbnb and Dropbox. Now the incubator is looking for opportunities in biotechnology, an industry that was considered unfit
A Los Angeles high school science teacher returned to the classroom Friday two months after being suspended over concerns that two students had assembled "dangerous" science projects under his supervision.
Science & InnovationNot Exactly Rocket Science If you spent a lot of your life hanging upside-down, you’ve got a problem. Your liver, kidneys, stomach and other internal organs would press down upon your
Sitting in a small, computer-lined room trying to remember a succession of different-coloured words scrolling past on a screen doesn't sound like the cutting edge of scientific research. However, academics
The limits of math become more troublesome when physicists try to explain the origin of the universe. Math does not really explain how a universe can exist without a first cause. True, physicists invoke
The 26th annual National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest is under way, and entries will be accepted for another six weeks, until June 30, 2014. First prize winner will receive an 8-day Alaskan expedition
Christoph Gielen's aerial photography reveals the patterns created by suburban development. When a West Vancouver couple called on an architect to build their family home, he delivered—he just had to the
"The Other Woman" hits theaters this weekend, but you may have seen something similar before — at least according to the trailer. The Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann, and Kate Upton-starring comedy is essentially
There's a twinkly dual meaning to the title of the French import "Bright Days Ahead." It refers to the optimistic name of a seaside town's senior activities club as well as to the immediate future of group's
The revenge comedy "The Other Woman" is on its way to topping the box-office charts this weekend, the first film to surpass the Marvel sequel "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" since that film's release.
Howard, who got his start acting on television series including "The Andy Griffith Show," went on to make some of Hollywood's biggest films from "Apollo 13" to "A Beautiful Mind." He also brought us cult
In the early 1990s, when screenwriter Richard Curtis and producer Duncan Kenworthy were brought together by Working Title to make a film – a mid-budget comedy to be directed by Mike Newell, something weddings,
Hmm. It would nice to be able to declare that this women-on-top revenge comedy presents a sparky gender-role inversion, but instead it just trots out the usual cliches in tired and increasingly tiresome
Joanna Hogg's latest distinctive exercise in the cinema of middle-class unease finds two artists trapped in a modernist house that has become the third person in their emptily overcrowded marriage. Former
In the age of Snapchat, Angry Birds, and Candy Crush, why did no one think of this sooner? It reads like a Law & Order: SVU episode, but it's true: A year ago, a friend of mine left her two roommates a
We're suckers for a door with a bit of personality. Paint your front door to update your home's entire look in just an afternoon — the toughest part is choosing the color! This piece originally appeared