NYU Professor: The Digital Age Is Destroying The US Middle Class And There's Little Hope For Reversing The Cycle
NYU business school professor and consultant Scott Galloway believes US society is telling itself a lie: That technology is good for everyone. He believes that the "digital age" has clear winners and losers.
Ocean scientist Elliott Norse says the Pacific remote islands deserve the new protection announced by the White House. On Wednesday night, the White House announced that it is expanding an existing marine
The Ebola outbreak in west Africa has so far claimed 2,917 lives, by far the worst outbreak of this horrible illness in history. Epidemiologists are still trying to piece together how it started, and keep
Modern robotics has gone soft. Ever sit alone in your room and think to yourself, “If only I had a soft robot to call my own.” All right, so that scenario is pretty unlikely, but for those who might have
About 50,000 women worldwide die because of unsafe abortions. Five million more are admitted to hospitals with complications after the procedure. Activists and researchers on both sides of the abortion
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Engineered to be maintenance-free Every mechanic knows that moving parts break down over time, and David Weiner, founder of Priority Bicycles, knows it better than most. Weiner spent six years as a bike
Our picks of the week from around the web, including future food, the strangest brains you can imagine, and the victims of lightning strikes. Artificial Intelligence When a robot writes you a letter Clive
A mystery satellite is launched into space from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida on Tuesday evening. The US government's classified CLIO satellite was built by Lockheed Martin, one of the world's
Researchers have too many PAINS in their assays When researchers are looking to treat a disease, a common method is to find a protein associated with the ailment and find a way to render it useless. Often,
We finally caught wild chimpanzees teaching each other new ways to drink water Under a tree in Uganda’s Budongo forest in 2013, Catherine Hobaiter first mentioned the strange chimp behaviors she'd seen