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The 10-minute TRX workout to cook your abs

GoodLifeStudio / Getty<p>GoodLifeStudio / Getty<p><b>Duration</b> 10<p><b>Exercises</b> 4<p><b>Equipment</b> Yes<p>Although only one exercise in this TRX push-pull core circuit directly …

Definitive Quantum Entanglement Test Could Secure the Future of Cryptography — NOVA Next | PBS

Einstein was right about a lot of things, but this isn’t one of them.<p>A new experiment demonstrates for the first time that his aversion to quantum …

Quantum Physics

52 Delicious Swedish Meals You Need To Try Before You Die

Swedish cooking has more to it than meatballs.

Nanotech could rid cattle of ticks, with less collateral damage

If you've ever used tick medicine on your dog, then you're probably aware of how toxic the stuff is. Well, it's used on cows too, and it can end up …

11 morning routine tweaks that will make the rest of your day more productive

I don't know anyone who couldn't use a little boost in their energy and self-control.<p>Researchers at the University of Nottingham recently published findings from their exploration of 83 separate studies on energy and self-control. What they found will change the way you start your day.<p>The …

Time Management

Startup in biotech adds two base pairs to genetic code - and life on earth may never be the same - ExtremeTech

Startup in biotech adds two base pairs to genetic code — and life on earth may never be the same<p>By on August 24, 2015 at 12:16 pm<p>This site may earn …

Genetics

The (Internet Of Things) Doctor Will See You Now -- And Anytime

The healthcare business is in an upheaval of sorts. The disorder is driven by the arrival of the Internet itself, the ‘wearable’ Internet of Things (IoT) and the wider freedom and accessibility of information. In some instances we can see individuals using ‘devices’ from fitness & blood pressure …

12 Scientifically Proven Habits That Will Change Your Life

There's a science to building new habits. Read on to get yourself unstuck and get the change you want kick-started.<p>Research says the best way to bring change into your life is by creating new routines and sticking to them until they become habits.<p>The way to make sure we cultivate the new behavior …

Meet Ring, the connected door bell company that just scored Richard Branson as an investor

Jamie Siminoff, CEO of Ring, a maker of a video doorbell, is proof that a missed connection isn’t the worst thing that can happen to an …

This Guy Ate More, Exercised Less—and Gained 20 Pounds of Raw Muscle

His methods might be the simplest, easiest to follow muscle-building plan ever<p>Matt Wilson is an original cast member in the West Coast premier of, “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.” That’s a great gig for any actor—the musical comedy about a fictional middle school spelling contest won …

Create a '26-Hour Day' With This Simple Strategy

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Entrepreneurs are well intentioned as a species, to a fault.<p>Two of my new coaching clients are serial entrepreneurs who expressed challenges with time management. One of them mentioned that she has cut back on two hours of sleep to gain …

Time Management

How Energy Storage Can Change Everything

A number of years ago, as part of an international project, I made a short list of the biggest problems the world would face over the next fifty years which included shortages of food and drinking water to name a few. Then I researched what would be needed to solve all of these problems, and I came …

General Motors

This whacky Google project is a decidedly non-Alphabet moonshot

There’s curious news out of Google this week, albeit of the fringe variety. Via a tweet, the company says it no longer plans to test its “Project …

Stephen Hawking, Elon Musk, and Bill Gates Warn About Artificial Intelligence

Google-owned Boston Dynamics released a video showing a 6' tall 320-lb humanoid robot named Atlas running freely in the woods<p>Some of the most popular …

Warp speed could be a reality in the next 100 years: Star Trek-like travel between galaxies is possible, claims astrophysicist

Warp speed space travel that will allow us to travel between galaxies could be a reality in the next 100 years.<p>This is according to Professor Geraint …

Physics

Microsoft says the Xbox One is ‘doing things that can’t be done’ on the PS4

As we’ve discussed countless times over the course of this console generation, the PlayStation 4 is the clear winner in terms of international sales. …

More Ab Exercises Do Not Mean Better Ab Definition!

I repeat, more ab exercises do not mean better ab definition.<p>I would estimate that at least 90 percent of the most frequent gym-goers desire to have a flat stomach with some type of visible abdominal definition. And those who do not frequent the gym as often probably have an even greater desire for …

Muscle

Bacteria With Synthetic DNA Create Protein Never Found In Nature

For when the usual four nucleotides can’t give you what you want<p>Your DNA, like that of everything else on the planet, is made of four nucleotides: A, C, G, and T. These are like a blueprint that your body reads to produce 20 different amino acids, which combine to make up the proteins that enable …

Protein

Nanotechnology helps milk bottles double the shelf life of milk!

New nanosilver containing milk bottles extend the shelf of life of milk up to 15 days (source)We have already seen milk bottles get a nanotechnology …

New Nanotech Device Will Be Able To Target And Destroy Blood Clots

One problem following a heart attack incident or a stroke is the presence of blood clots. These can make the severity of the condition worse or can …

Can nanotechnology solve the energy crisis?

<i>This post is part of a</i> <i>series</i> <i></i><i>examining the connections between nanotechnology and the top 10 trends facing the world, as described in the</i> <i>Outlook on</i> …

Nanotech delivers clot-busting drugs to heart attack, stroke patients

Researchers are using nanotechnology to treat heart attack and stroke victims -- a capsule containing nanoparticles that ferry what scientists call a …

3D-Printed Graphene Ink Could Lead to Longer-Lasting, More-Efficient Batteries

The wonder material could overhaul tomorrow’s energy storage.<p>As the world moves increasingly to clean energy in a bid to cut costs and lessen the …

How new technology is improving rechargeable batteries

One big problem faced by electrodes in rechargeable batteries, as they go through repeated cycles of charging and discharging, is that they must …

Google nanobots: Early warning system for cancer, heart disease inside the body

Google wants your body to host a search engine, using a pill to diagnose health issues like cancer or heart disease. The nanoparticles inside would …

Why biofuel algae should ‘eat’ wastewater

Scientists are among the first to investigate using city wastewater as a feedstock for algae-based biofuels. They report that they could easily grow …

Enginursday: Aquaponics and the Internet-of-Things

First off, happy belated Earth Day to all my fellow Earthlings. Earth Day seems to have morphed into Earth Week, and I for one welcome a week-long …

Aquaponics

Building an Indoor Aquaponics Garden

Aquaponics is becoming a really popular trend among preppers and survivalists. Want to know how to make your own aquaponics indoor garden? Read on to …

How to Build an Aquaponics System Tips for Planting Media Materials

How to Build an Aquaponics System Tips for Planting Media MaterialsInspired to build an aquaponics system for DIY gardening? What do you think you …

The Geniuses on the Front Lines of Sustainable Seafood

Photo: Andrew Hetherington<p>Wild fish? Farmed fish? No fish? This is no Dr. Seuss rip-off; it’s the increasingly confusing situation that seafood consumers are facing. But as Tim Zimmermann found in our June 2015 feature, a growing horde of thoughtful farmers, scientists, and harvesters wants to …