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Good and Bad Fat Our bodies are home to two types of fat, one “good” and the other “bad.” The “good,” brown fat found near our necks and shoulders aids in the process...

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A Chemical Approach Making an organism’s genome — its entire genetic structure, from scratch — is already possible, but so far it’s only been successful in tiny bacterial genomes and...

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 Tenka Labs co-founder John Schuster is no stranger to walking friends through building gadgets using Arduino, an open-source hardware controller — except they might be great software engineers,...

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Lattner made a brief stop at Tesla, which he left in June. Google has recruited one of Apple’s top engineers — albeit not directly from its Silicon Valley rival. Chris Lattner, who worked...

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 As Dropbox slowly gears up toward its initial public offering, it’s bringing on a longtime enterprise executive — Quentin Clark, a former VP of Microsoft as well as SAP CTO — as...

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Abbott has worked at Kleiner since 2011. Mike Abbott, a top engineer at Twitter before landing at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers five years ago, is leaving the venture capital firm, according...

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Here’s a detailed bundle of rumors for the Nokia 8. First, someone is selling an engineering sample on Taobao (China’s eBay), a gold copper unit. You can tell it’s an early prototype...

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Blue flowers are rare in nature, and for good reason: the color is usually the result of mutations and quirks of acidity levels rather than an actual blue pigment. That makes genetically engineering...

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With a recent example of how not to do a Reddit AMA still fresh in the mind courtesy of OnePlus, yesterday was Google’s turn to show us how it’s done. A long list of key personnel from...

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Stanford’s Moral Pickle When bioengineering students sit down to take their final exams for Stanford University, they are faced with a moral dilemma, as well as a series of grueling technical questions...