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How a Transplanted Face Transformed Katie Stubblefield’s Life

Story of a Face<p>At 18, Katie Stubblefield lost her face. At 21, she became the youngest person in the U.S. to undergo the still experimental surgery. Follow her incredible story.<p>The face lies on a surgical tray, eyes empty and unseeing, mouth agape, as if exclaiming, “Oh!”<p>Sixteen hours ago surgeons …

Cleveland Clinic

The Triangulation Theory May Explain Why Some Childhoods Are So Stressful

“Adults who experienced triangles in early family relationships can lack a clear sense of their own wants and needs.”<p>When a person in a committed relationship takes a secret second lover, it forms a love triangle. This new constellation changes the relationship between the committed couple, …

The Peculiar Math That Could Underlie the Laws of Nature

In 2014, a graduate student at the University of Waterloo, Canada, named Cohl Furey rented a car and drove six hours south to Pennsylvania State …

Mathematics

For the Rom-Com to Make Its Comeback, It Had to Break Its Formula

A new focus on stories about people who aren’t just white twentysomethings has given rom-coms a much-needed adrenaline shot.<p>At a picnic a few weeks ago, the hot topic among a group of my fellow twentysomethings wasn’t the Pusha T/Drake beef or the lack of money in our savings accounts—it was <i>Book</i> …

Romantic Comedy

Scientists Explain Why You Can't Stop Going Back to the Same Places

You can only have so many favorite hangouts.<p>In the world of <i>Friends</i>, the 8 million-person metropolis of New York City feels pretty small. There’s …

University of London

How Record Heat Wreaked Havoc on Four Continents

Expect more. That’s the verdict of climate scientists to the record-high temperatures this spring and summer in vastly different climate zones.<p>The contiguous United States had its hottest month of May and the third-hottest month of June. Japan was walloped by record triple-digit temperatures, …

Arctic Circle

These Are the Foods That Cause the Most Illnesses, the CDC Says

If all the produce-related food recalls this summer have you giving your local grocery store salad bar the side eye, that’s completely fair. But, …

How Silicon Valley Became a Den of Spies

The West Coast is a growing target of foreign espionage. And it’s not ready to fight back.<p>SAN FRANCISCO—In the fall of 1989, during the Cold War’s wan and washed-out final months, the Berlin Wall was crumbling—and so was San Francisco. The powerful Loma Prieta earthquake, the most destructive to …

News (Hong Kong)

Losing Earth: The Decade We Almost Stopped Climate Change

We knew everything we needed to know, and nothing stood in our way. Nothing, that is, except ourselves. A tragedy in two acts.

Here’s How America Uses Its Land

Pasture/range<p>Forest<p>Cropland<p>Special Use<p>Miscellaneous<p>Urban<p>= 1 million acres<p>Pasture/range<p>Forest<p>Cropland<p>Special Use<p>Miscellaneous<p>Urban<p>= 1 million …

Exports

So you bought a ghost town

Who is paying $12 million for an abandoned town? We found out.<p>The first thing John Voight (not the actor) wanted me to know about his home of …

Real Estate

The secret beauty of the bus

A long, long, time ago, when I was in college in Washington, D.C., I dated a guy who lived in New York City. Because I was a college student with …

Transportation

While We Sleep, Our Mind Goes on an Amazing Journey

Magazine<p>Our floodlit society has made sleep deprivation a lifestyle. But we know more than ever about how we rest—and how it keeps us healthy.<p><b>Nearly every night</b> of our lives, we undergo a startling metamorphosis.<p>Our brain profoundly alters its behavior and purpose, dimming our consciousness. For a …

University of Cambridge

21 Fresh Podcast Recommendations from All Your Favorite Podcasters

Starring the hosts of Bodega Boys, Reply All, Popcast, The Bill Simmons Podcast, and more.<p>If you like:<p>Bodega Boys (<i>Viceland</i>)<p>>Download on Apple Podcasts<p><i>The topical roastfest that you listen to while you're waiting for Desus and Mero's new late-night show to premiere on Showtime next year.</i><p>Check</b> …

Comedy

American Beauties

How plastic bags came to rule our lives, and why we can’t quit them.

Los Angeles

Tyrian Purple: The disgusting origins of the colour purple

Created from the desiccated glands of sea snails, the colour purple has nevertheless come to define royalty. Kelly Grovier looks at how the hue shook off its unexpected source.<p>Purple is a paradox, a contradiction of a colour. Associated since antiquity with regality, luxuriance, and the loftiness …

Leonardo Da Vinci

The next major innovation in batteries might be here

Lithium-ion batteries were first introduced to the public in a Sony camcorder in 1991. Then they revolutionized our lives. The versatile batteries now power everything from tiny medical implants and smartphones to forklifts and expensive electric cars. And yet, lithium-ion technology still isn’t …

Clean Energy

The Linguistics of 'YouTube Voice'

The attention-grabbing tricks that keep an audience watching, even when people are just talking at a camera<p>Hey guys! What’s up? It’s Julie. And today I want to talk about YouTube voice.<p>So the other day, I was watching this YouTube video from the PBS Idea Channel about whether Ron Weasley from <i>Harry</i> …

'This is just the beginning': Using DNA and genealogy to crack years-old cold cases

U.S. news<p>For three decades, authorities in Fort Wayne, Indiana, had the DNA of the man who murdered 8-year-old April Tinsley in April 1988, but could not find him.<p>Police pleaded for leads, and chased them. They brought in FBI profilers, enlisted state and federal agents and went on “America’s Most …

Genealogy

6 Signs Your Cat Loves You, Rather Than Tolerates You, According To Experts

To be honest, Kit-Kat, my 3-year-old rescue cat, often acts more like a dog than a cat. He loves following me on walks around the block, will sit for …

8 Volumizing Shampoos That Will Give You The Thickest Hair Of Your Life

Each product we feature has been independently selected and reviewed by our editorial team. If you make a purchase using the links included, we may …

The big picture: We're getting closer to AI doctors

It’s not unrealistic to think that 80% of what doctors do will be replaced by algorithms and artificial intelligence. The idea, evangelized by …

It’s a little scary how smart Google’s DeepMind just got

Oh joy – Alphabet Inc.’s AI subsidiary DeepMind has taken another step forward in understanding the world the way humans do.<p>The company that has …

Our Robots, Ourselves: Robotics and the Myths of Autonomy

David Mindell, MIT Task Force on the Work of the Future<p>June 4, 2018 | EmTech Next | 249 Views<p>David Mindell, of Humatics and MIT, on bringing state of …

A computer program that learns to “imagine” the world shows how AI can think more like us

Machines will need to get a lot better at making sense of the world on their own if they are ever going to become truly intelligent.<p>DeepMind, the …

Walking With AI: How to Spot, Store and Clean the Data You Need

The best time to design your AI initiative is now.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Last August, data science leader Monica Rogati unveiled a new way for entrepreneurs to think about artificial intelligence. Modeled after psychologist Abraham Maslow's five-tier hierarchy …

‘Alien’ manuscript from 15th century decoded using AI

Scientists have harnessed the power of artificial intelligence to unlock the secrets of an ancient manuscript that has baffled experts.<p>Discovered in …

CES 2018 is where you'll start caring about 5G

At this year's CES you'll hear plenty of talk about driverless cars, connected homes and the internet of things. (Yes, we promise IoT, perhaps the buzziest of tech trends, is more than just hackable baby monitors and $400 internet-connected juicers.)<p>Here's the technology that will drive all of …