Too many people succumb to the mistaken belief that being likeable comes from natural, unteachable traits that belong only to a lucky few—the good looking, the fiercely social, and the incredibly talented.
Forget the so-called "miracle" diet pills that claim to rev up metabolism. Slowly but surely, we're entering a new era of clinically tested drugs to combat obesity; most of the newest ones try to do that
Futurist Ray Kurzweil, for example, believes that by 2040 artificial intelligence will be so good that humans will be fully immersed in virtual reality and that something called the Singularity, when becomes
The Bionic Age Is Here — Helping People Walk, See, Hear, Breathe — And Creating The First "Superhumans"
It's no longer a distant dream or a sci-fi fantasy. The bionic age is here. So many firsts: The first bionic eye, from California's Second Sight. • The first bionic body suits, for consumers and soldiers,
Calico, the company Google launched in September to try to cure death by tackling aging and illness, now has an official website (hat-tip to SFGate, where we first saw the news). When Google CEO Larry
There’s never been more must-see, must-read, must-listen-to-media. That’s all great… until you realize how much time it’ll take to get through it all. Fortunately there are a few apps and tech tricks anybody
Innovation / Updated Aug. 7, 2014 / 6:15 PM GMT Crossing a traditional computer with a biological one, the brain, is no easy task — but researchers at IBM have been hard at work doing just that. On Thursday
From privacy-focused messaging apps, to chatting with friends directly from your lock screen, we covered a lot of ground with new Android apps in July. Here, we filter through the cacophonous crackle present
Cross-Laminated Timber Continues to Impress Builders and Engineers On a cloudy day in early October, the architect Andrew Waugh circles the base of a nondescript apartment tower in Shoreditch, a neighborhood
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Organic may be all the rage in the culinary world, but on Facebook, it's falling out of favor. Facebook defines organic reach as “the number
A study of skin color in the Indian subcontinent shows the complex movements of populations there. Cover Girl, Maybelline, are you listening? A new study of skin color in South Asians finds they have diversity,
We've got lots of lingering Tribble-related questions, and thankfully we've got just the man to answer them. David Gerrold created the frisky furry creatures for the original Star Trek series, the Sleestak
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It's the difference between a grainy black-and-white film and HD. Previously blind patients who receive the recently FDA-approved Argus II bionic eye system will regain some degree of functional sight.
Harvard researchers grew these lovely microscopic gardens using delicate chemical reactions. Click here to enter the gallery A nanorose may not smell as sweet as an organic one, but the red petals on micron-scale
A synthetic biology method proves its chops. A copy of the genetic code of an H7N9 avian flu—similar to, but not exactly the same as the flu that has killed 36 people in China—arrived in a lab in Boston