Emily Worlow

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Ansel Elgort completely SNAPS on Twitter and calls out fellow celebrities

Someone has done our <b>Ansel Elgort</b> dirty, and he's letting them have it.<p>Ansel who is usually quite loving and positive, has gone on a little Twitter …

7 Hard Lessons You Need to Learn if You Want a Happy, Successful Life

The best way to enforce happy relationships is to exercise your willingness to walk away from them<p><i>"What is it that nobody tells you about adult life?" originally appeared on Quora--the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world.</i><p><b>Answer</b> …

5 Pairs of Shoes Every Working Woman Should Own

Maybe you wear a suit to work every day or maybe ripped jeans and a T-shirt is as fancy as you get. Regardless of your office's dress code, shoes are …

College Football Player Shot Twice After Preventing Attempted Sexual Assault

SUNY Cortland linebacker Kyle Richard was shot in each of his legs while chasing an alleged perpetrator after preventing a sexual assault.<p>Mary Ann Georgantopoulos of BuzzFeed News reported the news Wednesday, noting the incident occurred when Richard attended a house party in July 2017.<p>Richard said …

Why Would an Ad Create the ‘Worst Song in the World’? To Make a Pretty Relatable Point, Actually

The amusing new ad from French food-and-sundries retailer Monoprix poses a pretty basic question: Why would a young woman suffer through an …

A new tool uses legal loopholes to get you cheaper flights by checking prices 17,000 times a day

A new service is trying to exploit legal loopholes to get people cheaper plane tickets by automatically checking flight prices 17,000 times a day.<p>DoNotPay, an automated legal tool, is branching out into helping users book airline tickets, it announced on Monday. It says its services have previously …

Health Problems Due to Stress at Work? Science Shows This Surprising Tactic Can Help | Inc.com

"Stressful." This is the word most people use to describe their work. In fact, studies show that 80 percent of people feel stress on the job. So if you ever feel that gnawing pressure when you think about work, know that you are not alone. You are among the stressed-out majority.<p>Sure, you do your …

Psychology

The Most Futuristic Predictions That Came True in 2017

The trouble with the future is that it never seems to arrive. That’s why we call it the future. We consequently have this bad habit of taking the …

Artificial Intelligence

Scientists create bacteria that can build rare molecules

Bacteria have been engineered to create molecules out of boron and carbon that wouldn't otherwise exist in nature, writes Sam Lemonick for Forbes. …

The Largest Digital Camera In The World Takes Shape

Astronomers in California are building the largest digital camera in the world. It will go on a giant telescope taking shape in Chile called the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope.<p>LSST is different from most large telescopes. Instead of staring at a tiny patch of the sky and taking essentially one …

Watch: This flying drone folds its wings and dives into the sea, then relaunches itself

There's some cool science happening around multidomain robots, which are built to traverse multiple environments<p>I'm a sucker for bio-inspired …

Drones

A helium-resistant material could usher in the age of nuclear fusion

Managing Helium<p>Researchers from Texas A&M University, working with a team from the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, have tested a new …

Energy

Street artist paints giant butterfly specimens on buildings

The trompe l’oeil murals play with a sense of scale, nature, and beauty<p>At the recent Festival Asalto 2017—an urban art festival in Zaragoza, Spain—self-taught painter and street artist Mantra created a series of building-sized trompe l’oeil murals of butterfly specimens.<p>The France-based artist used …

Art

Incredible Gravitational Technique Reveals Oldest Spiral Galaxy on Record

Galaxies didn’t always take on the beautiful spiral shape we’ve come to associate with Andromeda and our own Milky Way. Looking far away into deep …

Here's How Space Travel Changes the Brain

Spending prolonged time in space can lead to striking changes in an astronaut's brain structure, a new study finds. These changes may help explain some of the unusual symptoms that astronauts can experience when returning to Earth.<p>In the study, researchers scanned the brains of 34 astronauts before …

Space Exploration

The Waggit fitness collar will help track and improve your dog’s health

Fitness trackers and wearables are on the rise in the human health care world — so why shouldn’t there be a similar product available for our canine …

Wearable Tech

Monster Planet, Tiny Star: Record-Breaking Duo Puzzles Astronomers

A giant planet has been found orbiting an ultracool dwarf star — the largest planet compared to its star ever found — leaving scientists baffled at …

An AI detected colorectal cancer with 86 percent accuracy

We've heard of many different uses for AI within the medical field, including for prediction of heart attacks and detection of Alzheimer's. Now, it looks as though machine intelligence could be applied to early detection of cancer as well. A group of Japanese researchers has figured out a way to …

Cancer

Meet the new accessory that lets you actually feel virtual reality

The team behind a new accessory for virtual reality headsets that will create wind and synchronize it to VR events, immersing users even deeper into …

Want To Reach Millennials? Invest In Mobile Messaging

Snaps founder and CEO Vivian Rosenthal says mobile messaging is the future for brands. Social media and email marketing? Not so much.<p>America has some catching up to do.<p>“We’re always trailing Asia in terms of technology,” Snaps CEO Vivian Rosenthal said during a talk at Fast Company’s Innovation …

You've Probably Been Taking Notes Wrong -- Here Are 5 Ways to Fix It

Disorganized or ineffective note-taking could be hurting your bottom line.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>In the Information Age, one of the primary challenges we face is how to process and store all the data available to us so that we can use it. With so many stimuli …

A 21-year-old created a genius replacement for nutrition labels — and it reveals a better way to decide what's healthy

What's black-and-white, clunky, and impossible for 90% of Americans to read?<p>A standard nutrition label. The receipt-size panels are unwieldy things, sometimes listing up to 25 different food components at time. This makes sizing up the healthiness of a bag of chips or a box of crackers a tall order.<p>…

They’re alive! Allen Institute harvests data from bits of living human brain tissue

Zapping brain cells from living human tissue? It sounds like a creepy Halloween tale, but for the Allen Institute for Brain Science, it’s a clever …

Neurophilosophy

This Study Has Good News For People Who Spend All Their Time Daydreaming

To the imaginarium!<p>Unable to stay focused? Frequently going away with the fairies? It may be because you have so much brain capacity that it needs to …

The 12 most important health innovations of the year

Ted Cavanaugh<p>Science<p>One might change the way we treat cancer for good.<p><i>This article is a segment of 2017's Best of What's New list. For the complete tabulation of the year's most transformative products and discoveries, head right this way.</i><p>Aeroform tissue expander system<p>When a woman undergoes breast …

How to Reboot Your Brain When You're Feeling Wildly Unproductive

As a blogger and writer, it can feel like I need to be “on” every day. Between photo shoots, in-person meetings, and writing deadlines, there’s …

12 Incredibly Useful Things You Didn’t Know Google Maps Could Do

Some of the best features of Google’s mapping app are among the hardest to find—until you know where to look.<p>Google Maps is great for just getting around. But don’t be fooled: The app is much more than a glorified Garmin. Maps has all sorts of powerful features and time-saving shortcuts that aren’t …

Maps

What's the best way to invest $100,000 in today's market?

<i>I have $100,000 sitting in cash that I'd like to invest. What's the best way to do that in today's market?--R.B.</i><p>Given today's gaseous stock valuations and concerns that this eight-and-a-half-year bull market might be getting a little long in the tooth, it's understandable why many investors are …

Investing

Start Rolling Your Blunts and Fly Through a Nebula in the Latest Batch of Hubble Space Videos

Watch alien planets evaporate and black holes lurk in this motherlode of videos.<p>Since its launch in 1990, the Hubble Space Telescope has become perhaps the most prolific purveyor of high-quality space porn in history. From its kaleidoscopic deep field shots, which contain multitudes of galaxies, to …

A Daily Dose of This One Food Can Boost Your Brain, Science Says

Now, you have one more reason to add these delicious bites to your dinner plate tonight (aside from the fact that they’re one of the healthiest …