‘Neurograins’ Could be the Next Brain-Computer Interfaces

‘Neurograins’ Could be the Next Brain-Computer Interfaces

“Typically, the smaller you make something, the less likely it is to be detected by the immune system as a foreign object,” says Solzbacher, who wasn’t involved in the Brown study.

The Hobbies and Products Getting Us Through Quarantine

The Hobbies and Products Getting Us Through Quarantine

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This Company Wants to Rewrite the Future of Genetic Disease

This Company Wants to Rewrite the Future of Genetic Disease

Tessera has spent the past two years developing a new class of molecular manipulators capable of doing lots of things Crispr can do—and some that it can’t, including precisely plugging in long stretches of DNA.It’s not gene editing, says von Maltzahn.

Americans Are Split On Online Dating—but Swipe More Than Ever

Americans Are Split On Online Dating—but Swipe More Than Ever

“Fully 56% of LGB users say someone on a dating site or app has sent them a sexually explicit message or image they didn’t ask for, compared with about one-third of straight users,” the survey reports.

A ‘Safe’ Smoking Gadget, Vodka Made From Air, and More News

A ‘Safe’ Smoking Gadget, Vodka Made From Air, and More News

Tobacco is warming and new alcohols are forming, but first, a cartoon about the dangers of self-diagnosis .Here's the news you need to know, in two minutes or less.You can sign up right here to make sure you get the news delivered fresh to your inbox every weekday!

Pinterest Wants You to Relax, Equifax’s $700M Fine, and More News

Pinterest Wants You to Relax, Equifax’s $700M Fine, and More News

Pinterest Wants You to Relax, Equifax’s $700M Fine, and More News. Pinterest wants to calm you down, Equifax gets hit with a record fine, and facial recognition is still struggling with darker faces.

Apple's MacBook Update, a Self-Driving Mail Truck, and More News

Apple's MacBook Update, a Self-Driving Mail Truck, and More News

Apple's MacBook Update, a Self-Driving Mail Truck, and More News. Apple finally heard your keyboard complaints, USPS is ditching the drivers, and Google exposed some passwords. We already heard about Facebook leaving user passwords exposed , but now it's Google's turn.

Google's $399 iPhone Killer, A Bold CIA Privacy Move, and More News

Google's $399 iPhone Killer, A Bold CIA Privacy Move, and More News

Google unveiled a $399 phone, the CIA is making friends with anonymity, and we've got some kids tips to boot. Google announced some new phones.

With Its New 911, Porsche Improves the Unimprovable—Again

With Its New 911, Porsche Improves the Unimprovable—Again

With Its New 911, Porsche Improves the Unimprovable—Again The eighth generation of the Porsche 911, starting at $114,550, continues the automaker's tradition of making each version of the iconic car a little bit better.

At Sundance, Virtual Reality Filmmakers Are Evolving Beyond VR

At Sundance, Virtual Reality Filmmakers Are Evolving Beyond VR

At Sundance, Virtual Reality Filmmakers Are Evolving Beyond VR The New Frontier program at this year's Sundance Film Festival—typically a bellwether of what's to come in filmmaking—saw an influx of augmented and mixed reality projects this year.