Interviews

Startup Founder Raises $1.2 Million in Minutes After Being Told ‘Too Young’ For $5,000

By Waylae Gregoire - Jul 28, 2015

Cindy Wu, a scientist and the co-founder of crowdfunding platform Experiment, is a bit of an accidental entrepreneur. “I never wanted to … Continue reading

Business

Here’s the 3-Minute Pitch That Earned One Entrepreneur $1.2 million

By Sarah Lesnar - Jul 10, 2015

When Cindy Wu was a 22-year-old student at the University of Washington, she had an idea but needed funding. Her … Continue reading

Lifestyle

Scientists Have Discovered How to Trick Mosquitoes to Stop Biting us

By Laura Dang - Jul 7, 2015

Science may finally have a way to stop pesky mosquitoes from sucking your blood. If a mosquito has ever bitten … Continue reading

News

This Google Executive is Saying We Can Totally Live to Be 500 Years Old

By Max Chang - Mar 9, 2015

Bill Maris, managing partner and president of Google’s investment fund, Google Ventures, seems pretty sure of some amazing things, like … Continue reading

Feature

How a 24-Year-Old Aspiring Space Colonist is Preparing to Give Birth on Mars

By Benny Luo - Feb 25, 2015

In 2010, a Netherlands-based non-profit called Mars One was launched with the goal of being the first organization to send … Continue reading

Lifestyle

Chemistry Explains Why You Love the Smell of Coffee

By Editorial Staff - Feb 18, 2015

It’s the smell of morning, work and maybe even Miles Davis if you spend enough time in coffee shops. But … Continue reading

News

Including This in Any Presentation Will Convince People of Practically ANYTHING

By Max Chang - Oct 29, 2014

Researchers at Cornell University have some advice for the next time you need to convince anyone of anything: Don’t forget to … Continue reading

Entertainment

Lifehack: How to Defrost a Steak in 5 Minutes Without Electricity

By Editorial Staff - Jul 7, 2014

This trick is just too cool to pass up. At some point or another, we’ve all bought meat in bulk. … Continue reading