Eating “ultra-processed” foods could increase the risk of developing bowel cancer among men, new research has found.
Heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and stroke are more likely when you sit down for hours per day.
New research shows how third-party apps could be exploited to infiltrate these sensitive workplace tools. https://media.wired.com/photos/632d0df220bc56769c4131d5/master/pass/security-slack-teams.jpg
Theorycraft has announced an additional $ 50 million in funding. This round was led by Makers Fund with participation from NEA and a16z.Read More
MOST of us are told from a young age to brush our teeth twice a day. This simple act is vital when it comes to keeping our teeth clean and healthy, and to prevent potential decay. However, it could have another benefit – one which you might not expect.
The project will match the victims’ DNA to that of their descendants—but uses a genealogy website that can be accessed by law enforcement. https://media.wired.com/photos/6312ac2679f10149f7bb9ef7/master/pass/DNA-Tulsa-Massacre-Remains-Science-1264513501.jpg
Bitwarden announces it has raised $ 100 million, showing that password management isn’t necessarily obsolete just yet.Read More
The prospect of sending humans to Mars has taken a big leap forward after researchers confirmed that an experiment on the red planet has been able to produce oxygen “in a variety of atmospheric conditions.” With Mars’ atmosphere comprising almost entirely of carbon dioxide, scientists have been keen to find a way of producing oxygen […]
RELATED STORIES The face of Disney+ is hidden inside a helmet — and the degree to which you can accept The Mandalorian‘s thus-limited expressiveness may dictate your enjoyment of TV’s first live-action Star Wars series. Having made its debut on Tuesday morning (provided you were able to get the brand-new streaming service up and running) […]