Claire Choi

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6 Ways to (Finally!) Organize Your Jewelry—Which Is Right for You?

Whether you’re a fashion-forward neat freak or more laissez-faire in your organizational approach, we’ve got you covered with six storage ideas that …

Celebrity Style

44-year-old British man could be first to receive HIV cure

A 44-year-old British man may be the first person to receive a cure for HIV through a therapy developed by researchers from five universities. …

Imperial College London

The New Economics of Cybercrime

Digital thieves’ most crucial adaptation in recent years has little to do with their technical tools and everything to do with their business model.<p><i>Updated on June 9, 2016</i><p>It’s a good time to be a cybercriminal. There are more victims to target, there is more data to steal, and there is more money …

5 Flat-Pack Furniture Companies That Are Cooler Than IKEA

Sick of disposable furniture but can’t afford high-end stuff? A new genre of companies fit somewhere in between–and they ship to your door.<p>While companies like ABC Home and Design Within Reach tout the idea of bringing high design to the masses, their items are still out of reach for most of us. …

Zika: The Epidemic at America's Door

Zika may have already infected 80,000 Americans, just in Puerto Rico, and Congress has refused to act — what if Miami or New York is next?<p>Puerto …

Public Health

Gene editing can now change an entire species -- forever | Jennifer Kahn

BBC Radio 4 - The Reith Lectures, Dr Atul Gawande: The Future of Medicine, Why Do Doctors Fail?

Surgeon and writer Atul Gawande explores the nature of fallibility and suggests that preventing avoidable mistakes is a key challenge for the future of medicine.<p>Through the story of a life-threatening condition which affected his own baby son, Dr. Gawande suggests that the medical profession needs …

The book that made me go to medical school - and other good reads - Scope

<i>Editor's note: Over the last several months, numerous young Scope readers have inquired about which books they should be reading to prepare for a</i> …

Heavenly Carrot Cake Baked Oatmeal — Oh She Glows

I’m still digging up cookbook recipes that I didn’t include in the final book. It’s like finding buried treasures in my Google document! The beauty …

God Demonstrates His Love

<i>God shows [demonstrates] his love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.</i> (Romans 5:8)<p>Notice that “demonstrates” is present …

Entering The Race: Advice For Law Students

I assume that a typical law student reader of Above the Law is attending an elite law school, has awesome grades, and is being groomed to be the next …

The great trailblazer

IF THERE is one person to blame for economists’ habit of opining on everything, it is Gary Becker, who died on May 3rd. Not content with studying the …

Economist's View

Who will be the Google of the internet of things?

Fridges that talk, watches that listen and thermostats that learn your secret domestic habits: these are some of the most visible examples of the …

Is Fornication Worse Than Porn?

Data Alone Won’t Get You a Standing Ovation

A few years ago, Dr. Brené Brown delivered a presentation on “The power of vulnerability” at TEDx Houston. As a professor at the University of Houston, Brown studies vulnerability, courage, authenticity, and shame. It’s a pretty big subject area to squeeze into 18 minutes, yet Brown did it so well …

Don’t Worry, Be Casting

First Peter 5:6–7 is bursting with hope and comfort. When I am tempted to worry, I often meditate on it. And when I come alongside people who are …

Faith

What’s Most Important This Week

<i>True and sound wisdom consists of two parts: the knowledge of God and of ourselves</i>.<p>John Calvin unlocked the door to wisdom with these words that …

Theology

Will Economics Finally Get Its Paradigm Shift?

Economics is due for a paradigm shift. That’s the argument of British money manager George Cooper‘s very interesting if less-than-felicitously titled new book, <i>Money, Blood and Revolution: How Darwin and the Doctor of King Charles I Could Turn Economics Into a Science</i>. It is also, to be fair, …

What the US Can Learn from Denmark About Happiness!

The new results are in. The U.S., for all its riches, stands just 17th in the new world happiness rankings released today in the World Happiness Report 2013. Denmark tops the world tables. Indeed, there is something good going on in the northern latitudes. The top five countries are Denmark, …

Happiness

Busted: Google Caught Fibbing About Nexus 7 Popularity

Last week, Google said its Nexus 7 tablet is outselling Apple’s iPad in the Japanese market, and likely hoped no one would fact-check that claim. But SlashGear has looked into it, and discovered it’s not true: The iPad is actually outselling the Nexus 7 at a rate of about 2:1. This sort of …

Holy infographics: the bible visualised

'God is in the detail' - the expression may have been overshadowed by the newer 'the devil is in the detail' but for some people the original idiom still holds true. Scholars have been visualising the holy texts for years but recently, they've taken a turn towards data. Here are some of the most …

Finding success as a business in the sharing economy

Business Economics - Doctoral - Harvard Business School

A joint degree offered by HBS and the Department of Economics in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, the PhD in Business Economics combines economic …