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This second article in my series about the absurdly productive trans-national art star Jan Fabre (the first is here) has
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Unfinished: Thoughts Left Visible, the title for the current show at the Met Breuer, is the one thing of finished perfection
Had I been an eccentric European aristocrat, young and male in the sixteenth century, at age eighteen I would have embarked on the classical Grand Tour.
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There's a new film out on Dean Kamen's latest and greatest invention, "Slingshot." That's the name of both the fascinating documentary by Paul Lazarus and Kamen's latest, life-altering brainstorm.
Do you trust a robot to diagnose your ailments? You may not have a choice as medicine moves closer to embracing technology as part of the standard practice of medicine. But don't despair. A medical robot could save your life.
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Today we're celebrating Leonardo da Vinci, artist, scientist, inventor, philosopher and musician extraordinaire. Coinciding
Wednesday marks the second day of the 2015 World Economic Forum, also known as the Davos Annual Meeting. The event takes
Adam Grant said companies like Men's Wearhouse that invest in every employee's mastery of skills edge out competitors because
Like Apple and Google, Microsoft’s female employment hovers around 30 percent, and one study found that fewer than 3 percent
Everyday, from my office near LAX, I watch massive 747s, carrying hundreds of passengers and their heavy suitcases full of shoes they won't wear and books they won't read, lift off the ground and into the air.
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For much of the 20th century, however, the work was displayed to the public, ultimately resulting in a yellowing effect on
In The Roses Underneath, a confident first novel by C.F. Yetmen, the details of one German female's wily survival skills are in the forefront against the backdrop of the Monuments Men cataloguing fine art stolen, sold and hidden during the Holocaust.
McDonough said his favorite stories are of kids who are leaving FEMA trailers with asthma to move into the houses from Pitt
The 2014 World Economic Forum is taking place in Switzerland this week. The event, also known as the Davos Annual Meeting
One integral technology we continue to misinterpret is art and often the artists who bring its messages of understanding
Rick Goings, CEO of Tupperware, joined HuffPostLive at the World Economic Forum In Davos Wednesday to discuss the need to
Robotic-assisted surgery is a game-changing technology in medicine, yet it is deeply misunderstood and often dismissed as just another expensive tool driving up the costs of surgery. This could not be farther from the truth.