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Remembering Chuck Williams, Founder of Williams-Sonoma
Not everyone can say they changed the face of American cooking.
Are We 5 Years Away From Being Able to Reverse Aging?
One Harvard Medical School genetics professor thinks so.
Beyond Meat's CEO Thinks Chicken Can Come From Plants
'You can get hung-up on meat's origin – it comes from a chicken, cow or pig – but the other way to think about meat is its composition.'
Udemy Addresses Criticism Over Its Handling of Pirated Content
The company will review its copyright processes.
Genetically-Altered Mosquitoes May Be Key to Eradicating Malaria, Study Shows
Scientists at the University of California inserted heritable, malaria-blocking genes into mosquitoes and observed encouraging results.
Elon Musk Is Personally Interviewing Job Candidates
The Tesla chief is looking to hire software engineers for his autonomous vehicle division.
This $100 Lifelike Robotic Companion Cat Is a Toy Made for Seniors
It's the first in Hasbro's line of 'companion' pets for the elderly.
Another Large-Scale Study Just Justified Your Coffee Habit
A new study found that those who drink three to five cups of coffee a day (decaf or caffeinated) may be less likely to die prematurely.
Lawsuit Claims Birth Control Packaging Error Led to More Than 100 Unwanted Pregnancies
The suit seeks millions in damages including, in some cases, child-rearing expenses up to the age of 18.
Soon, You Could Receive a Facebook Message That Disappears Before You Read It
Facebook is testing a strange, new ephemeral feature in France.
Trello's CEO on the Surprising Benefit Cloud-Based Tools Bring
Michael Pryor shares what shifts when project management tools evolve.
Crayola Launches a Line of Coloring Books for Adults
Because sometimes it's fun to color inside the elaborate lines.