A team of scientists from Imperial College London and the University of Göttingen have teamed up to create a ‘next generation’ bionic hand. This bionic hand is special because it uses artificial intelligence
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While most of the world prepares for a lazy, sweatpant-wearing Thanksgiving week filled with football, family, and turkey, the Victoria’s Secret models have been in crunch mode. After all, the lingerie
Why is it that no matter how crazy-sounding a celeb skin ritual, we can’t help but want to try it for ourselves? Kim Kardashian's famous vampire facials, the plethora of placenta products out there, even
Walk into L.A.’s newest boutique fitness studio and you won’t find any weights, workout equipment, or barre. There are no inspirational slogans emblazoned across the walls, nor branded activewear for Instead,
Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer—and, for many of us, the migration to an idyllic beach somewhere. But when you finally shed those last cold weather layers and step outside in a bikini,
With its many gleaming rows of beauty products, Sephora is a makeup lover's heaven. But it can also be a nightmare — with so many options, it's hard to know what's really worth spending money on. To narrow
British passports are being bought on the “dark web” by terrorists for as little as £750, Europol has warned. Rob Wainwright, who heads the EU police agency, said the hidden part of the internet was being
New York, New York In Manhattan’s landmarked Tribeca North, the top floor and roof of an 1884 warehouse are reconceived as a warm and welcoming residence with a fluid connection to the outdoor environment.