France's last execution via guillotine was in 1977.
Some call the pages moving tributes, others exploitative trash.
I just wrote a piece about stem cells, and I'd like to take a moment to talk about one of the things I briefly mention in the article: teratomas, which, like most of the best things in medicine,
Israel is getting its own baseball league this year "“ the IBL "“ and lots of jokes are going to be made, I'm sure, about the hotdogs being kosher and whether or not games will be playe
Before you turn to any doc, it's good to knowÂ his/her credentials. Here's the scoop on a few:Â
... with a fart, not a whimper. Or, if you prefer, a whammo, a flip or a flush!
Good news for OCD types who are scared to touch doorknobs (and toilet seats, and public bannisters, and...): Scientists at MIT have developed a type of paint that kills some particularly nasty types o
As an awful programmer, an even worse web designer, and someone who owns a computer so slow my business partners refer to it as a Tandy, I've seen this icon far too often in the past few years.
I know we're a couple of days behind on this, but I couldn't let the inventor of Ramen Noodles, Momofuku Ando's, passing go without a mention on the site.
Check out these terrific photos from The Cellar.
Or, if your preferences fall on the prudish end of the spectrum, you may not want
Sounds like, well, psycho-babble, right? But it describes a unique personality trait that could become invaluable to future generations.
I am torn between wishing I had been at this production and being really, really glad I wasn't:
Last month, audiences of Brown University's production of the Jean-Paul Sartre play "The
You can't open a newspaper or magazine these days without reading a glowing profile of Google. Fortune says it's not a bad place to work.
Revolution isn't for the impatient.
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New words pop up in the dictionary all the time, thanks to a handy—and almost maniacally extensive—editorial system.