All things move toward their end— Camille Seaman has been photographing dwindling icebergs in both Arctic regions with great power and perhaps even greater poignancy. Photographs by Camille Seaman California-based
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The longer you stay in the business world the sharper your instincts get, especially if you survive a snakebite or two. Once a particular snakes bites you, you’re unlikely to get bitten by the same type
And it comes from an unlikely source: Huawei It looks like Huawei is taking smartwatches very seriously. As spotted by Droid Life, two official promo videos for the "Huawei Watch" have accidentally been
For over 30 years, every since his days as an NYU film student, Robert Herman has roamed the streets of New York City with his camera in hand to photograph the sights and people of his urban home. The
A secret has lay hidden inside this statue of Buddha for nearly a millennium. What looks like an ordinary, traditional figurine was recently revealed to contain the mummified remains of an old Chinese
It's a medical miracle and a romance story all wrapped up in one. With a degenerative eye disease that slowly stole his sight over a twenty year period, Allen Zderad didn't think he would see his wife
When antibiotic-resistant bacteria run rampant, what should hospitals do to stop them? This week, doctors at the University of California Los Angeles Medical Center discovered that a contaminated medical
Any health benefits provided by low alcohol consumption are likely to be slight and limited to older women, says a new study published in the British Medical Journal. Previous work touting the beneficial
Zomato, the restaurant discovery site that acquired U.S. rival Urbanspoon last month, is expanding its business into food orders, starting in its home market of India next month. The company plans to a
More than 25 million people in 190-plus countries have used its service, helping it reach a massive $13 billion valuation. One of the biggest reasons for its rapid growth is its strong data science technology.
Targeting "undruggable" proteins and putting stress sensors in watches Investor Peter Thiel may be best known for founding PayPal and investing early in Facebook, but it seems he has a soft spot for biology
Air: It's one of the world’s most important, least understood, and possibly life-saving substances The air man needs a fresh hit. It’s a beautiful summer morning. Dew shines on the grass. Birds chirp.