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Judd Apatow Producing Kumail Nanjiani's Comedy 'Big Sick'
FilmNation Entertainment has acquired worldwide rights and will fully finance Kumail Nanjiani's comedy "Big Sick" with Judd Apatow and Barry
Scientist says researchers in 9 immigrant-friendly nations can't use his...
Gangolf Jobb, who developed Treefinder, has banned its use in eight European countries and the U.S.
Foetal Cells Hide Out in Mum’s Body, But What Do They Do?
A mother’s children will remain part of her long after they leave her body and enter the world. This isn’t just a saying or a metaphor; it’s
The next epidemic, brought to you by the US government
The United States eradicated foot-and-mouth disease from its borders in 1929. The virus, deadly to livestock, persists in more than 100 coun
This single-celled bug has the world's most extraordinary eye
It doesn't even have a brain, but a type of plankton seems to use the smallest camera-like eye to catch nearly invisible prey using polarise
Hydro Coach PRO - drink water - Android Apps on Google Play
To drink water regularly is a big challenge in the day-to-day life. Hands up – who is really drinking enough water every day? Hydro Coach wi
Colorado Lawmakers Set Stage for Equity Crowdfunding | Xconomy
Colorado stands poised to become the latest state to allow residents who do not meet the stringent SEC standards for accredited investors to
With FDA Nod, Nonprofit Drug Firm Launches New IUD---And New Model | Xco...
An unusual women's health biopharma with a very unusual strategy has passed its first big test. The FDA said today that Medicines360 can bri
CIA-Backed VC Firm Invests in Voxel8’s 3D Printer for Electronics | Xconomy
Startups making 3D printers have electrified the tech industry. Just ask Voxel8, a Boston-based startup that makes what it says is the first
OceanGate Unveils Cyclops Sub to Help Businesses, Researchers Go Deep | ...
Small, manned submersibles are typically seen attached to mega-yachts, or in the headlines making extreme dives to the deepest spots in the
RayVio Absorbs $9.3M for UV Technology to Clean Water and Air | Xconomy
RayVio is seeking to purify water, clean air of infectious diseases, and potentially treat illnesses from Psoriasis to Multiple Sclerosis. T
Feds to Back Wearable Tech Startups With New Accelerator Program | Xconomy
The latest entrant into the startup accelerator and wearable-technologies games? It’s the Department of Homeland Security. The DHS announced
Echodyne Targets Drones, Self-Driving Cars with Metamaterials Radar | Xc...
Echodyne, a secretive Seattle-area startup company backed by investors including Bill Gates and Paul Allen, is developing a novel, high-perf
With New Robot, Rodney Brooks and Rethink Are Thinking International | X...
Is there sibling rivalry among robots? There is now. Rethink Robotics has unveiled its new robot, called Sawyer, as a complement to its firs
The Best of “Broad City” on the Web - The New Yorker
In this week’s magazine, Emily Nussbaum reviews Comedy Central’s new series “Broad City,” a raunchy, crackpot portrayal of millennial slacke
Pixar and Google Employees Are Vaccinating Their Kids, Say Pixar and Goo...
Last week we published an investigation into the vaccination rates at day care facilities associated with Bay Area technology companies. Of
Boston Is Partnering With Waze to Make Its Roads Less of a Nightmare | W...
Boston is working with Waze to help drivers untangle its famously tangled streets.