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Need a toilet urgently? A research team in Singapore successfully 3D-printed a bathroom unit in just 12 hours
Formulating and fine-tuning the right concrete mix for the bathroom unit's walls alone took four years.
uBiome’s founder repeatedly presented herself as years younger than she was, in the latest sign of trouble at the embattled $600 million poop-te...
Cofounder Jessica Richman presented herself as years younger than she was, in an apparent effort to be included in articles showcasing young founders.
Facebook’s effort to stop suicides by monitoring your posts reveals a worrisome gap between tech giants and healthcare experts
Facebook has a suicide-monitoring tool that has dispatched emergency responders more than 3,500 times. But we don't know how well it works, experts say.
From suicide prevention to genetic testing, there’s a widening disconnect between Silicon Valley health tech and outside experts who see red fla...
"There's almost this implicit assumption that they play by a different set of rules," a Harvard psychiatrist and tech consultant said.
Apple’s ‘iPhone likely bottomed’: Here’s what Wall Street is saying about the tech giant’s Q1 results.
Wall Street analysts covering Apple were broadly positive following the company's first-quarter results, which sent shares up 5%.
The Netflix show ‘13 Reasons Why’ was just tied to an uptick in youth suicides. Experts have been sounding the alarm for years.
The Netflix series "13 Reasons Why" was tied to an uptick in suicides among young Americans. Experts have warned the show sends a dangerous message.
Shootings in the US have become a daily occurrence, and politicians and researchers all seem to have different solutions to stop them. Which can work?
A startup seeded by Silicon Valley’s hottest mentorship program aims to bring the first male birth control to market
The company is working on hormone-free contraception with science developed at UC Berkeley. The startup recently debuted at Y Combinator.
A key driver of marijuana-related ER visits to a Colorado hospital was a mysterious syndrome called CHS, characterized by severe nausea and vomiting.
The CEO of Silicon Valley’s favorite meal-replacement startup shares why he thinks the tide is shifting on genetic engineering
"The pendulum is swinging in favor of the science," Soylent CEO Bryan Crowley told Business Insider.