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This unsettling case that looks and feels like human skin wants you to poke and pinch your smartphone
Instead of tapping on a screen, the case mimics human skin to encourage you to interact with your devices in a more human way.
Researchers from Columbia and Rutgers crunched the data and found no bias from The New York Times in its Trump coverage
Researchers decided to look into accusations of media bias against The New York Times in its Trump coverage. The team found none.
Researchers calculated how much the average person would need to be paid to live a year without services like email and search engines. Here are the f...
The team of researchers found that free digital goods "provide substantial value to consumers even if they do not contribute substantially to GDP."
Jeffrey Epstein had a ‘Frankenstein’-like plan to analyze human DNA in the US Virgin Islands, and it reportedly pulled in $200 million
Epstein pursued an outlandish scheme to launch a 'DNA mining' startup. Scientists said his plan made no sense.
Gender diversity pays off: A new Stanford study finds equitable hiring boosts companies’ stock prices
Those investing in gender-diverse companies believe equitable hiring brings greater morality and innovation, the team of researchers wrote.
The US government just appointed a dentist and a biologist to head the National Institute of Nursing Research — and nurses are furious
The NIH conducted a nationwide search "for a highly qualified leader in nursing research" and it couldn't find anyone, a spokesperson said.
Scientists have invented an unbelievable ‘reprogrammable’ ink that can change color and vanish at will
Using 3D modelling the researchers projected designs onto various objects, which can be erased and re-designed at will.
We got an inside look at how the biotech Spark used mazes to develop a first-of-its-kind treatment for eye disease on the way to selling itself for $4...
A team of scientists came up with a new way to measure how well a treatment for a rare form of blindness worked.
Poop-testing startup uBiome was once valued at $600 million by Silicon Valley’s top VCs. It just filed for bankruptcy.
The poop-testing firm said it hopes to entice an investor to purchase it for its scientific knowledge. It also aims to sell its sole remaining product at CVS.
The answer to why some people are left handed could lie in your spinal cord, according to some research.