Stephanie Wiltshire

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A New Form of Stem-Cell Engineering Raises Ethical Questions

As biological research races forward, ethical quandaries are piling up. In a report published Tuesday in the journal eLife, researchers at Harvard Medical School said it was time to ponder a startling new prospect: synthetic embryos.<p>In recent years, scientists have moved beyond in vitro …

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Let there be cheap light: $1 LED bulbs and $6.99 dimmable LEDs

From Home Deals: LED lightbulbs are more efficient than incandescent or fluorescent bulbs, and if you find the right deal, they are cheaper as well. We've found the best deals on LED lights.<p>We thought that the Nanoleaf Bloom was a nifty idea, but too expensive when it first came out at $40. But for …

Home Automation

5 Dutch Experiences you simply cannot miss in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is a beautiful, almost chocolately, city full of waterways, history, and culture. Old and new come together to share the space as natural …

European Travel

"The tip of the iceberg": A look at stem cell science at Stanford - Scope

For outsiders, it's easy to get confused about the status of stem cell science. If you have questions, a recent <i>Stanford Magazine</i> article offers a …

Social media firms accused of 'commercial prostitution'

Social media companies have been accused of “commercial prostitution” and having “no shame” after being grilled by MPs over their failure to take down abusive content.<p>MPs condemned Google for not taking down a video by a former Ku Klux Klan leader which accused Jews of masterminding the genocide of …

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Changes to Credit Report Criteria Could Boost Scores

Credit scores for millions of Americans may soon increase due to two major changes in credit scoring.<p>Starting July 1, the three major credit agencies — Experian, Equifax and TransUnion — are dropping certain negative information from credit reports, including tax liens and civil judgments.<p>According …

Personal Finance