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The CEO of Silicon Valley’s favorite meal-replacement startup shares why he thinks the tide is shifting on genetic engineering
"The pendulum is swinging in favor of the science," Soylent CEO Bryan Crowley told Business Insider.
Two new women's shaving startups, Billie and Flamingo, are finally making women's lives easier with their affordable shaving solutions.
Home startup Parachute sells more than sheets and towels — you can now buy handwoven, responsibly made rugs starting at $89
Parachute is making the process of rug shopping as simple and transparent as shopping for other home essentials like sheets and towels.
These 8 direct-to-consumer retail startups — including Harry's and Warby Parker — have roots in Wharton, the number one business school in the US.
Popular oral-care startup Quip has a new $25 electric toothbrush for kids — here’s what it looks like and how it’s different
The main differences from the adult toothbrush are the smaller brush head and the rubber non-slip grip. Otherwise, the kids brush closely replicates the original experience, complete with brush-head replacement deliveries.
Dai is the next big women’s performance workwear brand you should know — here’s what its clothes look and feel like
New women's workwear startup Dai combines sleek, stylish silhouettes with properties of activewear — stretchy, breathable, wrinkle-resistant, and machine-washable.
Weezie is a new bath-linen startup making monogrammed towels cool again — here’s what makes them different
Weezie makes you feel right at home with its collection of plush, durable, and customizable bathroom towels made from 100% organic long-staple cotton.
Each of these 25 tech projects will go down in Kickstarter history for raising more than $1 million, and they're actually worth your money.
Silicon Valley startups backed by celebrities like Bill Gates are using gene-editing tool Crispr to make meat without farms — and to disrupt a $...
Startups backed by celebrities like Bill Gates and Richard Branson are experimenting with gene-editing to make lab-grown chicken, pork, and beef. It's the first known instance of Crispr being used in a new meat product.
While influenced by New York City's rich fashion history, 16 startups are also challenging the traditional ways we think about and shop for clothing.