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The 4-Move Workout That Chisels Your Abs and Strengthens Your Lats

Hit your front and back with this circuit from the Men’s Health Fitness Director<p>Attack your abs and your lats with this core routine. Your lats are considered a part of your core because they assist in stabilizing your spine. The stronger your lats—and the rest of your core—the better your …

Can we stop ageing and live forever?

<b>Mumbai:</b> Love it, envy it, or hate it but immortality as a concept is no stranger to human beings. Called it nectar in English, or <i>amrita</i> in Sanskrit, …

Genetics

Six Major Biotech Acquisitions You Could See In 2016 (Part 3)

Medical marijuana is already approved in over half of the U.S. Todd Hagopian says we will soon see a tipping point in which medical marijuana companies will be transformed from fringe enterprises trading at a discount into mainstream biotech companies with premium valuations. Until we reach that …

Biotechnology

Dolly the sheep's cloned sisters enjoy good health despite their old age

<b>(CNN) —</b> Though growing old, Dolly's sheep siblings are no worse for wear. Debbie, Denise, Dianna and Daisy, clones all derived from the same cell line as the first cloned mammal, show no signs of long-term health issues, according to research published Tuesday in the journal Nature Communications. …

Phil Schiller Named to DNA Sequencing Company Illumina's Board of Directors

DNA sequencing and array-based technologies company Illumina today announced that Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller has joined its board of directors.<p>“Phil’s track record and global experience in bringing world-class products to market will help guide us as we continue to develop innovative new …

What Are Analysts Saying About Q2 At Biotech's Big 4? Amgen, Biogen, Celgene, Gilead

Second-quarter earnings season has been going for more than a week, and we’ve had a chance to hear from all four of the biggest companies in biotech as measured by sales, market valuation and clout.<p>Here’s what they had to say in their business updates, along with some commentary from analysts on …

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To Uncover Earth’s Origins, Scientists Must Look Beyond It

The great mysteries of the universe often revolve around distant, invisible phenomena. Scientists puzzle over inexplicable bursts of radio waves, the …

Universe

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Chinese female artists picture Egypt in their paintings

<i>Holy Lotus Flower</i>, a work from a Chinese female artist showcased at the exhibition in the Egyptian Embassy in China, July 27, 2016. …

China

Viral Feels

UNILAD As a girl, when someone asks about your bralet top on the second-hand selling app Depop...<p>Milka The world of chocolate is diverse and …

America uses stealthy submarines to hack other countries’ systems

By Brian Fung<p>, Reporter<p>Andrea Peterson<p>, Reporter<p>When Donald Trump effectively called for Russia to hack into Hillary Clinton's emails Wednesday, the GOP nominee's remarks touched off a (predictable) media firestorm. Here was a presidential candidate from a major U.S. party encouraging a foreign …

The trouble with the Olympic Games

In light of the Russian doping scandal, London’s debatable legacy and the craven prostrations of prospective future hosts, the Olympic ideal looks shabby indeed as we draw closer to Rio. What is the point of the Games today?<p>In July 2005, a few days after London was awarded the 2012 Olympic Games, I …

American Anti-Drone Rifle Deployed In Iraq

Tactical cyberwar against ISIS<p>War always changes. The deep, unyielding nature of human conflict, maybe that too, but the <i>technology of war</i>? That stuff is always changing. With the advent of cheap, modern camera-carrying and video-streaming commercially available drones, it was only a matter of time …

Drones

13 signs your coworker is a psychopath

Andrew Faas, a former senior executive with Canada's two largest retail organizations, found this out the hard way when he blew the whistle on a corrupt colleague, and subsequently had his phone and email hacked and even received an anonymous death threat.<p>To help others, Faas says in his new book, …

This Is the Future of Wearable Technology, and It’s Pretty Awesome

In the future, we will have much better tools for understanding our inner workings.<p><i>What is the future of wearable technology? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights.</i><p><b>Answer by Anand Sharma, Founder and CEO</b> …

Welcome to the age of ancient DNA sequencing

New tech gives us a sharper view of how people lived 12,000 years ago.<p>The greatest technological revolution in human history arguably happened about …

Anthropology

How Hillary Clinton Rejected Poetry for a Battle Cry

On Thursday Night, the Democratic Nominee proved why, to use George H. W. Bush’s famous phrase, she should be “sitting at the desk.”<p>PHILADELPHIA — She will never be a poet. But when she accepted her party’s nomination for president with “humility, determination, and boundless confidence in …

The RCMP Is Trying to Sneak Facial and Tattoo Recognition Into Canada

The technology poses serious privacy risks.<p>In November of 2015, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police had a problem.<p>At the time, the US Federal Bureau of Investigation had been using its massively controversial database of biometric information—photos of people's faces, tattoos, iris scans, and more—at …

World’s largest solar power plant planned for Chernobyl nuclear wasteland

The world’s most famous and damaging nuclear meltdown is now being considered for the world’s largest solar power plant. The Ukrainian nuclear power station Chernobyl had a nuclear meltdown on April 26, 1986. Since then 1,600 square miles of land has been deemed an ‘exclusion zone’ as the radiation …