X Æ A-12 SpaceX CEO Elon Musk and musician Claire “Grimes” Boucher had a baby last night, Musk tweeted. The baby is a boy, the entrepreneur clarified in a followup message. And its name — well, if...
Instead of expensive or risky cosmetic surgeries, people are taking a new approach to covering up injuries: “paramedical” tattoos. Tattoo artists have offered post-mastectomy tattoos to breast...
For the people overseeing nationwide vaccination initiatives in developing countries, keeping track of who had which vaccination and when can be a tough task. But researchers from MIT might have a...
If you’ve ever wanted a front-row seat to a human autopsy, there’s an app for that. Ben Margolis, an autopsy pathologist who founded the Autopsy Center of Chicago, offers his clients the option to...
A team of researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have invented a “reprogrammable ink” that allows you to “paint” pretty much any pattern or image on a...
Striking a Chord Web developer Victor Pontis has had enough of cars in San Francisco — parking spaces, he says, just take up too much space. His idea: turn the prime real estate of parking spots...
Choosing the Pod Life The rent is too damn high! A recent quality of life survey by the University of California in Los Angeles found that the residents of the sprawling metropolis are becoming...
Semi-Permanent Tattoos provide unusual snapshots, frozen in time, of a person’s life. Children, immortalized on a bicep tattoo, grow up. Quotations once considered profound may lose meaning after...
Cleaning Cyberspace On Monday, the South China Morning Post published a story about the content moderation operations at Inke, one of China’s largest live-streaming companies. The piece offers a...
A Drop In The Ocean Monitoring your health can sometimes be thirsty work the stress of which might leave you sweating bullets, but that may be more beneficial than you think thanks to a new kind of...