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Scientists hail the most 'advanced anti-ageing serum' in the world

New research suggests skincare tailored to individuals' DNA may be the best way to combat the appearance of ageing<p>Those who believe that beauty is only skin deep may need to think again.<p>A most advanced anti-ageing serum ever created is going far deeper in the pursuit of the ultimate skincare …

The Ideal Age To Launch A Start-Up Is Older Than You Think

When asked to describe the profile of a typical tech start-up founder, many people picture a hoodie-clad twenty-something, the ink still drying on their computer-science degree. But earlier this year, Bloomberg’s venture capital arm, Bloomberg Beta, commissioned a study to identify the key …

The New Year's Best Hair Trends

The hottest hair trends to try in 2015.<p>The hottest hair trends to try in 2015. Also, check out this updated step-by-step guide to getting perfect waves.

How to Make an Animated Step By Step Progress of Your Artwork - Photoshop Tutorial

Step 1<p><b>Program: Photoshop CS2 to CS5</b><br>Before Photoshop CS2, you could make an animated gif by an application named ImageReady, but from Photoshop CS2, …

Tutorials

​Signe​ Baumane Makes Amazing Animated Shorts About Sex, Women, Depression, and Suicide

I talked to her about all that stuff and also "Sex and the City."<p>​<p>​<p>"I think about sex every nine seconds and every 12 seconds I think about killing myself." That was ​Signe​ Baumane's response when I emailed asking for an interview, showing me that self-awareness comes when you least expect …

Sex and the City

How Supercomputing Is Cracking The Mysteries Of Human Origins

The power of petaflops penetrates the mists of time<p>A Texas supercomputer capable of 9.6 quadrillion operations per second has solved a thorny problem in genetics, by looking at the bones of a young boy who died 24,000 years ago in Mal’ta in south-central Siberia.<p>Existing genetic models have …

Add interactivity to HTML with AngularJS

With the new emphasis on web technologies from companies such as Google and Facebook, and the maturing Node.js framework, web technologies have taken …

JavaScript

7 Deadly Web Design Sins You Might Be Making

Web design is a tricky subject.<p>People have different opinions about what constitutes good web design and what doesn’t.<p>Some people think your site …

Web Design

Tiny robotic scallops can swim through blood and eyeball fluid to fix you up

For years now, scientists have been trying to develop microscopic robots that can swim through bodily fluids and repair damaged cells or deliver medicine. Now, scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Germany believe they've got the perfect design -- in the form of …

How to make a diamond from scratch - with peanut butter

Understanding the way diamonds are formed deep in the Earth could explain how life evolved on our planet. So a team in Germany are attempting to forge the gemstones themselves, from carbon dioxide – and peanut butter. David Robson reports.<p>Every so often, Dan Frost hears a dull thud and his office …

Geology

How Boy Bits First Came To Be

Evolution has shaped every part of the body, and that includes our private parts. New research published this week sheds light on how the penis evolved and how it forms in different animals.<p>The research might also one day help illuminate a medical mystery: Birth defects of the penis have risen …

Why Unwinnable Games Are Massively Popular

Three explanations for "the Flappy Bird phenomenon"<p><i>Flappy Bird</i>, the notoriously difficult mobile game, burst forth in 2013. Now, creator Dong Nguyen has released an even harder game called <i>Swinging Copters</i>. But long before <i>Flappy Bird</i>, unwinnable games were massively popular. Remember <i>Donkey Kong</i>? …