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9 Amazing Beauty Products You've Never Heard Of

Sure, you can spell “exfoliation”—in Korean. You can cite the RPM of the Dyson hair-dryer. And when someone says she likes her Fetish with a touch of Orgasm? You know the statement is entirely PG. But friends, you do not know it all. And we're about to prove it. Our editors convinced beauty-world …

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British scientists could genetically edit human embryos by March

On Thursday the fertility regulator will decide whether to grant permission to the Francis Crick Institute to genetically edit human embryos<p>British scientists could be genetically modifying human embryos by March if regulators give the green light to the controversial technique.<p>On Thursday the …


LG G5 rumored to feature metal unibody design, removable battery with unusual detachable bottom edge

As unusual rumors go, this is up there with the best of them. According to <i>CNET Korea</i>‘s sources, LG is planning and testing a G5 design featuring an all-metal structure, but with a semi-modular design for removing and replacing the battery.<p>The LG G5 is expected to be announced right before MWC next …


Apple Hiring for Health Technologies Team Ahead of Apple Watch 2

Apple has posted at least four job listings since November seeking biomedical engineers and technicians to join the research and development arm of its Health Technologies team, reports <i>BuzzFeed News</i>.<p>Apple's current health and fitness initiatives include the Apple Watch, launched last April with a …


Control of CRISPR, biotech’s most promising breakthrough, is in dispute

A futuristic gene-editing technology holds almost fantastical promise to turn biologists' wildest dreams into reality. The technology called CRISPR could one day be used to delete the HIV virus from patients' cells, create a limitless supply of organs for transplant and produce better crops. …