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Paying With Your Face

Shortly after walking through the door at Face++, a Chinese startup valued at roughly a billion dollars, I see my face, unshaven and looking a bit …

Giant 'Rivers in The Sky' Are Causing Widespread Chaos in California

We finally know what's causing these historic floods.<p>This month, the percentage of California still stuck in a drought dropped by 22 percent in a …

Welcome to the era of transhumanism

The series was an overt examination of a transhumanist future, with the title H+ being an appropriation of the common transhuman abbreviation. Five …

Thimbleweed Park Is Secretly an Open-World Point ‘n’ Click Game

Not quite Jurassic.<p>“Whenever I see coverage for the game, the opening paragraph always has the words ‘a throwback adventure game’, and it always …

An extremely rare condition may transform our understanding of memory<p>If you ask Jill Price to remember any day of her life, she can come up with an answer in a heartbeat. What was she doing on 29 August 1980? “It was a Friday, I went to Palm Springs with my friends, twins, Nina and Michelle, and …

The Brain

'Lost continent' found under Mauritius | CNN Travel

(CNN) — Found -- one lost continent, hiding underneath a tropical holiday destination.<p>It might sound implausible, but deep at the bottom of the Indian Ocean, a research team, led by South Africa's University of the Witwatersrand, has found pieces of an ancient continent.<p>The lava-covered piece of …

Astroneer Release Date For Xbox One & PC Confirmed | Indie Game News

There is nothing like an early Christmas present and for gamers, it’s best when that present is a cool video game! Well we are in luck because the …

Most Popular How-To Guides of 2016

Step-by-step guides are our bread and butter here at Lifehacker, and you seem to enjoy reading them as much as we enjoy writing them. From start to …

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Tip of the Day: Survive the Apocalypse By Opening a Soup Can with a Spoon

If you listen to Steve, that guy who stands at the end of my block holding a sign that reads “The End of Nigh,” then the end is nigh. Steve’s …

There’s Apparently a Humongous Lake Hiding Under Uturuncu Volcano

What lies underneath volcanos continues to surprise us. A few weeks back, scientists announced that beneath Washington’s active Mt. St. Helens is… …

Just How Logical Are You? Try This Test

Humans are notorious for overestimating themselves. We think of ourselves as more beautiful, more popular, and better at estimating risk than we …

Great Depression

Why Space Elevators Could Be the Future of Space Travel

Expensive, unsustainable rockets have served as our primary means to exit Earth, but space elevators present a cheaper way to enter outer space. …

Donald Trump’s inflated masculinity and unabashed claim over women’s bodies speaks to female voters’ lived experiences and, hopefully, men’s need for change<p>Lashing out at his accusers this afternoon, Donald Trump attacked all the women who say he has groped, kissed or inspected them naked without …

Feminism

Negative Reps Help You Do Exercises You Thought Were Impossible

If you can’t do a push-up, the key may be forgetting for a moment about pushing yourself up. Instead, lower yourself down from a push-up position—and …

How an Australian College Student Did What NASA Couldn't

Paddy Neumann's final project—which proposes using junk metal as rocket fuel—could change space travel forever.<p>Paddy Neumann kind of looks like someone who's really into brewing beer. But back when he was a third year student at the University of Sydney, the now Dr. Neumann started on a course of …

Imaginary Maps In Fantasy Fiction

Over the course of the summer the Library of Congress in the United States published a wonderful online series called “<i>Imaginary Maps in Literature</i> …

A Map of the Brain That Is Unlike Anything Seen Before

The cerebral cortex is the area of the brain where thought, cognition, and the processing of complex sensory information takes place. Recently, an …

Probing how CRISPR-Cas9 works: Study examines DNA targeting dynamics in live cells

A study in <i>The Journal of Cell Biology</i> by scientists at the University of Massachusetts Medical School reveals important new details about the inner …

What would happen if all animals were as smart as us

If every species on the planet were suddenly equally intelligent, would we cooperate or fight? Rachel Nuwer explores this hypothetical survival of the fittest scenario.<p>In Planet of the Apes, a man finds himself in a world governed by hyper-intelligent primates that lord over enslaved human …

This Map Traces Where Animals Will Migrate to Adapt to Climate Change

Humans aren’t the only ones who are being driven out of their homes by climate change. As ecosystems change, many animals around the world will be …

More than a few good men: Study finds counterintuitive outcomes of gender imbalance

Contrary to traditional expectations of unbalanced sex ratios, places with more men than women do not typically experience higher rates of family and …

What do aliens look like? The clue is in evolution

Speculating about what aliens look like has kept children, film producers and scientists amused for decades. If they exist, will extra terrestrials …

NASA launches a free public archive of its recent research results

If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about all of NASA’s extraordinary research, you’re going to love this. The space agency has launched PubSpace, a new portal that lets you sift through its research results easily.<p>The searchable archive is a trove of science journal articles borne out of …

CRISPR-Cas9 breaks genes better if you disrupt DNA repair

CRISPR-Cas9 is the go-to technique for knocking out genes in human cell lines to discover what the genes do, but the efficiency with which it …

What Happens When You Blast A Flamethrower With A Liquid Nitrogen Freeze-Ray?

Don't you love it when internet science channels test theories and conduct experiments which help us answer those burning pop culture questions we've …

From Sci Fi to reality: Unlocking the secret to growing new limbs - Scienmag: Latest Science and Health News

BAR HARBOR, MAINE — Many lower organisms retain the miraculous ability to regenerate form and function of almost any tissue after injury. Humans …

Whales' ultrasonic hearing has surprisingly ancient history, fossilized ear shows - Scienmag: Latest Science and Health News

All living toothed whales rely upon echoes of their own calls to navigate and hunt underwater, a skill that works best in conjunction with …

Progress Report on a Novel Approach to Brain Computer Interfaces, Neural Dust

It has been a while since the concept of neural dust was first proposed by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley. Since then, the …

Central Nervous System

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