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Sue Desmond-Hellmann is using precision public health — an approach that incorporates big data, consumer monitoring, gene sequencing and other innovative tools — to solve the world's most difficult medical problems. It's already helped cut HIV transmission from...

source: IEET

The quest for a happiness algorithm just got a boost, thanks to a group of neuroscientists who updated an equation with a major hole in it. In 2014, the researchers built their first computational model to demonstrate what happiness...

source: Inverse

Visiting futurist Jake Dunagan finds that of all the places where he has done pop-up installations imagining what the future might hold, Newport and Hawaii are the most similar and have unlikely ties. "There's that island mentality," he said. "There is the need for confirmation...

source: Newport Daily News

The Tate Modern extension opened its doors Friday in London to reveal galleries filled with more art by women. The museum has touted the opening of the Switch House addition as a renewal for the entire modern art gallery because the collection has more work from international...

source: Fortune

The Children's Museum of Pittsburgh on Friday received a $1 million pledge from Google to help it develop "makerspaces" at educational institutions across the nation, including schools and other organizations. The partnership...

source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

[Recently] Dale Gieringer, 70, a coauthor of California's 20-year-old medical marijuana law, was taking questions at a metal desk plopped down in the middle of an unusual new museum exhibit, "Altered State: Marijuana...

source: Los Angeles Times


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