An implant inserted near the pelvis to deliver “on-demand” vibrations is in development by American biohacker Rich Lee. Designed for men, the Lovetron9000 device will be inserted beneath the skin of the
In 2016, Johnny Warström and seven colleagues from his Swedish startup decamped from Stockholm to San Francisco to take part in a startup accelerator. The accelerator program was by no means a necessity—their
In one of those exercises that you think should be impossible or perhaps a punishment for some infraction, a team of astronomers has now measured the total amount of light that has ever been produced all
AncestryDNA and 23andMe are the world’s most popular DNA tests. Combined, the companies have tested the DNA of more than 15 million people, according to the International Society of Genetic Geneology.
Genome Sequencing and Gene Editing Since the illnesses an individual experiences in a lifetime are largely determined by their genetics, there has been significant interest to better understand our genetic
A team of researchers peered inside bumblebee colonies and spied on insects individually labelled with a tiny tag to figure out exactly how exposure to acommon insecticide changes their behavior in the
San Jose police officers found Karen Navarra with a gaping laceration to her neck and wounds on the top of her head. In her right hand, was a large kitchen knife. Her death had been staged to appear like
The fall of a prominent food and marketing researcher may be a cautionary tale for scientists who are tempted to manipulate data and chase headlines. Brian Wansink, the head of the Food and Brand Lab Cornell