Meet Methuselah, the fish that likes to eat fresh figs, get belly rubs and is believed to be the oldest living aquarium fish in the world.
In the Bible, Methuselah was Noah’s grandfather and was said to have lived to be 969 years old. Methuselah the
The science experiment may soon make its way to your local store.
Upside Foods Inc. opened a meat processing plant unlike any other near the end of last year. Workers develop microscopic clumps of animal cells in enormous vats for two weeks at the $50 million
Lucid Group Inc. intends to build an electric-vehicle factory in Saudi Arabia by 2025 or 2026 and is negotiating details with ministries in the kingdom.
Now that we are successfully producing and selling cars in the U.S., our attention is turning to this factory here, Lucid Chairman
Who is Suzanne Macbale?
LoveSuze Founder and CEO Suzanne Macbale serves as a catalyst for change in the women’s fashion industry, specifically related to lingerie. Suzanne’s obsession with lingerie started when she was 14 years old. As a teen, Suzanne wasn’t allowed to wear anything besides plain colored
Some Democratic California lawmakers want to make it easier for people to sue gun companies for liability in shootings that cause injuries or deaths, a move advocates said is aimed at getting around a U.S. law that prevents such lawsuits and allows the industry to
According to an email to consumers reviewed, Lucid Group Inc.'s debut luxury electric car is missing promised driver-assistance features for the initial customers, who will have to wait for them to be remotely supplied later this month.
The DreamDrive advanced driver-assistance technology would be standard on
Breakthroughs in health and agriculture are possible because of a new method of analyzing how bacteria live.
In 2006, a cup of tea changed the face of genetic engineering forever.
In 2006, Jill Banfield, an ecosystem scientist at the University of California at Berkeley and a 1999
Politicians at all levels, federal and state, are becoming more aware of the dangers of algorithms that hire, fire, and manage employees.
A new California rule designed to prevent overworking in the warehouse business does not mention any specific companies. However, the legislation's goal is clear: