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30 Innovative Beauty Products You Probably Haven't Heard Of

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‘It Can’t Be True.’ Inside the Semiconductor Industry’s Meltdown

It was late November and former Intel Corp. engineer Thomas Prescher was enjoying beers and burgers with friends in Dresden, Germany, when the …

Steve Smith

Japan to launch one-year startup visa program in 2018: Report

To make Japan a more accommodating environment for startup entrepreneurs, the government is reportedly set to launch a nationwide one-year visa …

Have Scientists Found The Gay Gene?

The hunt for a “gay gene” has been controversial for a while, both in politics and in entertainment. That controversy is likely about to flare up again with new reports of genetic factors in sexuality being uncovered.<p>But the headlines are obscuring what’s really in the science, which is much more …

Genetics

51 Enterprise Startups To Bet Your Career On In 2018

For those thinking of moving on to a new job at an up-and-coming young company, we’ve compiled this list to help.<p>All of these companies are …

Artificial life just moved a step closer to reality

Scientists say semisynthetic microbes could bring more effective medications.<p><i>In brief: After a scientist added X and Y nucleotide bases to E. coli bacteria's natural genetic alphabet, the DNA generated new proteins. This is the first time an organism has made proteins using anything other than the</i> …

E.coli

The Story of Human Migration Out of Africa Just Got Rewritten

Some of our ancestors jumped the gun.<p>For anyone trying to trace the roots of the human family tree, it would have been very convenient if our …

Humanity

The teenager inventor who could change the way the world fights climate change

Greenwich, Connecticut<p>Ethan Novek speaks fast and insists on giving you every detail, even in response to simple questions. It can be overwhelming. But it’s worth sticking with him. Novek started winning science fairs in middle school and was awarded his first patent at 16. Now, at 18, he has his …

Carbon Dioxide

A Swiss system is capturing carbon dioxide from the air and reselling it

Carbon Capture<p>The level of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere is becoming untenable – a recent report indicated that it hasn’t been this high in …

Carbon Dioxide

I Bought a Week’s Worth of Groceries at Whole Foods for Just $50. Here's How

Plus some general money-saving grocery tips.<p>There’s a reason Whole Foods has earned the nickname Whole Paycheck: It can definitely get pricey (hello, …

Whole Foods

This Trick Will Help You Promote Yourself Without Coming Off as Self-Centered

The first rule of talking about you: It's not really about you.<p>This story appears in the December 2017 issue of <i>Entrepreneur</i>. Subscribe »<p>I've always struggled with self-promotion. Sure, I’ve done plenty of it -- you pretty much can’t work in media without hawking your own work. But I’ve always felt …

Entrepreneurship

Ditch Your Lame PowerPoint And Try These Apps Instead

The cultishly popular app maker FiftyThree releases tools for people who use visual slide decks at work–but don’t need the bloat of PowerPoint or Keynote.<p>Four years ago, FiftyThree—the team of ex-Microsoft creatives who launched a wildly popular iPad sketching app called Paper—was flush with …

Apps

Killing cancer softly: New approach halts tumor growth

One of the reasons that cancer is so hard to beat is the way that it ropes our immune system into working against us. Treatment kills off some cancer …

Scholars Have Found a Rare Copy of Heretical Writings on Jesus And His 'Brother'

This didn't make it into the Bible.<p>Near what is today the Egyptian town of Nag Hammadi, some 1,400 years or so ago, somebody buried a whole bunch of …

Amazon's AWS Cloud9 IDE lets you write, test, and debug code online

Amazon just unveiled AWS Cloud9, a web-based IDE that supports more than 40 popular programming languages, as well as a bunch of the company’s cloud infrastructure integrations, and collaboration tools.<p>It’s essentially a repackaged version of the c9.io IDE, which Amazon acquired in 2016; it’s now …

Cloud Computing

The Six Laws of Technology Everyone Should Know

Professor who summarized the impact of technology on society 30 years ago seems prescient now, in the age of smartphones and social media<p>Three decades ago, a historian wrote six laws to explain society’s unease with the power and pervasiveness of technology. Though based on historical examples …

Cold War

Use This Trick to Get an Amazing Memory

If you’ve ever watched someone memorize and recite back a string of numbers or a long list of words and thought, “I wish I could do that,” we’ve got …

The Brain

Photos: The secret Swiss mountain bunker where millionaires stash their bitcoins

Attinghausen, Switzerland<p>I’m being driven along the eastern shore of Lake Lucerne when my guide points out our destination. “The bunker is in one of those mountains,” says Maxim Kon, gesturing at a fog shrouded peak on the opposite shore as he pilots his BMW convertible.<p>Kon is taking me to see one …

Scientists just unlocked the catalyst for cancerous relapse

Cancer Relapse<p>New research has shown that cancer cells that survive treatment may effectively wake themselves up and resume growing by tapping into …

Immunotherapy

How genetics undermines “scientific” arguments for racism

Our categories of so-called “race” are “scientifically absurd” — DNA and skin color are not that simply related<p>Evolution deceives our eyes. We are a species that relies heavily on our vision, and we use what we see to observe and make assumptions about other people. The crudeness of racial …

Anthropology

Top 3 Free Soundtrack Resources for Your Startup Video | Inc.com

So you're making a product video and you've got all the beauty shots, all the ecstatic fans ready to place their pre-order, and now you need some music to wrap up the raise video. But you're a startup - and music licensing fees just aren't in the budget! Luckily there are some free resources out …

Startups

Long-Term Marijuana Use Changes Brain at the Cellular Level, Say Scientists

Chronic use leads to chronic problems.<p>In March, long-term marijuana smoker Woody Harrelson surprised fans by announcing he was giving up his chronic …

Neuroscience

A 30-Minute Running HIIT Workout to Speed Up Weight Loss

HIIT (high-intensity interval training) workouts have gotten a lot of attention lately because they're one of the best workouts for losing weight and shedding belly fat. A HIIT workout mixes shorts bursts of activity with even shorter rest periods.<p>Here's a very basic HIIT running workout that can …

11 Companies That Are Going To Revolutionize 2018

This past year has been marked with disruptive innovations that promise to upend almost every single industry. From the rise of Blockchain and Virtual Reality, to the proliferation of voice-enabled assistants, companies across the board are aiming to make daily life more efficient, entertaining and …

Initial Coin Offering

Wi-Fi security has been breached, say researchers

This is your Wi-Fi on KRACK<p>At about 7AM ET this morning, researchers revealed details of a new exploit called KRACK that takes advantage of vulnerabilities in Wi-Fi security to let attackers eavesdrop on traffic between computers and wireless access points. The exploit, as first reported by <i>Ars</i> …

Information Security

Famed Architect's Lawsuit Against Google Just Got Much More Serious

A long-running lawsuit filed against Google by a prominent architect has just gotten much broader.<p>Last week, the Superior Court of California granted …

Project Loon

Researchers find "executioner protein" that causes cancer cells to self-destruct without hurting healthy cells

Killing Cancer with Apoptosis<p>Albert Einstein College of Medicine scientists have induced cancer cells to commit suicide with a new compound that …

Cancer Cells

An underground Silicon Valley sensation just got $20 million from Google's venture arm to take over the world

The news that GitLab was close to announcing a new round of funding was first reported by Business Insider on Friday.<p>You may never have heard of GitLab: It's one of the chief rivals to both $2 billion Silicon Valley darling GitHub, as well as $8.8 billion Atlassian's popular BitBucket product, …

Startups

Losing Weight Will Feel Easy If You Do These 4 Things

• Popsugar<br>• Health & Fitness<br>• Weight Loss<p>How to Make Losing Weight Easy<p>Losing Weight Will Feel Easy If You Do These 4 Things<p>Shares<p>Whether you have five or …

The Young Physicist Creating Matter From Light

Growing up, Jonathan Simon loved playing Dungeons & Dragons — but not because the game involved elves, orcs or other fantastical creatures. It was …

Quantum Mechanics