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A robot is going to 3D print a bridge in Amsterdam

There are 3D printers that can print metals, and 3D printers that can “draw” shapes in the air. But there aren’t many 3D printers capable of doing this:<p>Dutch 3D printing company MX3D, which has developed robots that can print plastic and metal in all kinds of shapes, is going to use a robotic 3D …

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Men's Fashion, Style, Grooming, Fitness, Lifestyle, News & Politics

Best Stuff<p>Find a toothpaste that suits your specific needs.<p>By Adam Hurly3 days agoView More<p>Hair Gods<p>See the Avengers star's new facial hair swerve …

You’re as old as your stem cells: Cell Press journal presents research trends in aging

<b>A special issue of Cell Stem Cell published on June 4 includes a collection of reviews and perspectives on the biology of aging. Highlights …

Managing Millennials: Six Musts For CEOs Who Want To Get Ahead

The millennial generation (born 1980-2000) is the most educated and tech savvy generation in history, and it also appears to be the most controversial.<p>Many companies – and their older employees – are frustrated by this new class of worker, who they perceive as being entitled, disloyal and …

If the universe is 13.8 billion years old, how can it be larger than 13.8 billion light years across? (Advanced)

Well, the answer is general relativity. I take it that you're starting out in SR. Special relativity is "special," because it is a special case of …

Universe

Strange behavior of quantum particles may indicate the existence of other parallel universes

Little did Bill Poirier realize as he delved into the quantum mechanics of complex molecules that he would fall down the rabbit hole to discover …

5 Power Foods That Can Help You Drop a Size

Filling up on these will actually help you lose weight.<p>Want to lose five pounds the healthy way? Put these five power foods on your plate, and eat your way to a smaller size.<p><b>1. Salmon</b>This rich protein has the power to fill you up, thanks to plenty of healthy fats that also pack metabolism-boosting …

Google security expert warns computer crime has become 'very big business'

Before Google hired him as its very first full-time security engineer for its Chrome browser back in 2009, Schuh worked for IBM, the NSA, and, way back in in 1996, the US Marine Corps.<p>"There's a lot of money behind hacking now," Schuh told Business Insider in an interview. "And the attackers are …

“Consciousness Creates Reality” – Physicists Admit The Universe Is Immaterial, Mental & Spiritual

By Arjun Walia <br>Collective Evolution<p>“Consciousness creates reality,” a statement that has gained a lot of attention across various alternative media …

How to Make Your Brand Irresistible to Millennials

Millennials are one of the hottest topic in marketing. Here's how to really appeal to them.<p>When it comes to understanding younger consumers, there aren't many experts better than Matt Britton. He's the founder and CEO of MRY, the agency devoted to building youth-focused creative marketing solutions …

Los Angeles

Brain waves can identify who the leader of a group is

SAN FRANCISCO — People who work together on a team go through a bit of a mind meld, as their brains literally begin to synchronize, research …

Paul Allen Just Got One Step Closer To Mapping The Human Brain

The Allen Institute for Brain Science, founded more than a decade ago and backed by $500 million from Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, said today it has launched a new database that marks a major step towards creating a comprehensive map of the human brain. It’s called the Allen Cell Types …

Neurophilosophy

Are You Disorganized? Research Says That’s a Good Thing

In Where Good Ideas Come From: The Natural History of Innovation, Steven Johnson posits that “<i>the more disorganized your brain is, the smarter you …

Hobbies

US inconsistent in pressing China's banks on secrecy

SHANGHAI (AP) — Counterfeiters use several of China's largest state banks as safe havens, relying on them to process credit card payments or move …

Almost everything we think we know about Osama bin Laden’s death is a lie, reports Sy Hersh

Osama bin Laden’s death at the hands of US Navy SEALs was nothing at all like the official accounts given by the United States government and military, according to a controversial article in the London Review of Books by veteran investigative journalist Seymour M. Hersh:<p>Rather than hiding in …

Osama Bin Laden

What would you pay to be happy?

The source of our happiness is closer than ever to being located, measured and commodified. Alex Renton meets the ‘psychoeconomists’ and asks, have they created a monster?<p>The happiest man in the world is a 67-year-old Buddhist monk called Matthieu Ricard. He starts his day sitting in a meadow in …

Meditation

How friendship became a tool of the powerful

Imagine walking into a coffee shop, ordering a cappuccino, and then, to your surprise, being informed that it has already been paid for. Where did this unexpected gift come from? It transpires that it was left by the previous customer. The only snag, if indeed it is a snag, is that you now have to …

Psychology

WikiLeaks relaunches anonymous leak submission site after years-long hiatus

Whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks has relaunched its system for the public to anonymously submit sensitive information after its shutdown …

WikiLeaks unveils updated anonymous data submission system

WikiLeaks prides itself on bringing information to public attention that might otherwise stay hidden. In order to get this information out in the …

Americans Need Jobs, Not Populism

Instead of raging against a "rigged" system, Democrats should work together with business to build an economy that distributes its benefits more broadly.<p>In 2008, I was elected governor of Delaware. In politics, timing is everything. You can be a fantastic candidate and run in a bad year for your …

The best microwave mug cake recipes to make in minutes

Many of us have succumbed to the lure of the mid-afternoon microwave cake. There is something satisfyingly indulgent about piling spoonfuls of sugar and flour into a mug, then watching a steaming, sweet-smelling perfectly risen cup come out of the microwave five minutes later.<p>These recipes, from …

Pumping iron failing to make you leaner? Blame your genes

You're a regular in the gym's weight room, grunting and sweating in hopes of turning fat into muscle and maybe even losing some weight. And yet your goal eludes you.<p>New research on women finds that some are resistant to resistance training. For these women, the new study suggests, a welter of …

New Research Suggests That Our Universe Could Be a Giant Hologram

Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy?<p>As far as mind-melting ideas go, the 'hologram principle' is right up there. It predicts that, …

Physics

The Main Cause Of All Those Sleepless Nights

Curse you, internal body clock.<p>It turns out that logging seven to nine hours of solid sleep isn't enough to guarantee a refreshed body and mind when morning arrives. The <i>timing</i> of your sleep matters a great deal, too, according to David Earnest, Ph.D., a professor at the Texas A&M Health Science …

The real reason why poor kids perform worse in school – and in life

Research has shown that children of poorer parents display substantially worse math and reading skills by the time they start grade school. Other studies have revealed that these wide gaps in pre-school skills persist into adulthood and help explain low educational attainment and lifetime …

Reading to young kids may change brain activation

Reading to small children may help prepare their brains for reading-readiness, a new study suggests.<p>In pre-kindergarten kids who were exposed to more …

Creepy Anti-Littering Campaign Uses DNA to Shame Litterbugs

You might want to think twice before tossing your garbage on the ground in Hong Kong. Ad agency Ogilvy & Mather came up with an ingenious, albeit …

How Single Millennials Will Change the Workplace

JENNIFER DEAL: Millennials. Today they are the cool demographic that companies are trying to attract as employees and as customers. But in 20 years, millennials will be distinctly middle-aged, between 35 and 55 years of age.