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Stem cell progeny tell their parents when to turn on

Super-sonic signal: A signal from Transit-Amplifying Cells (TACs) activates stem cells in the hair follicle, researchers have found. Both types of cells appear in green (top), with TACs clustered lower down. The researchers identified the signal as Sonic Hedgehog. In experiments, such as this one (bottom), they disabled the signal, interfering with hair growth and regeneration. Credit: Image courtesy of ... Read More »

Stem cell progeny tell their parents when to turn on

Super-sonic signal: A signal from Transit-Amplifying Cells (TACs) activates stem cells in the hair follicle, researchers have found. Both types of cells appear in green (top), with TACs clustered lower down. The researchers identified the signal as Sonic Hedgehog. In experiments, such as this one (bottom), they disabled the signal, interfering with hair growth and regeneration. Credit: Image courtesy of ... Read More »

What happens when Google Doc credentials are leaked on the Dark Web

A security company recently laid tempting bait online in order to see how hackers would react. The findings aren’t surprising but show how quickly leaked data is used by shady characters. California-based Bitglass, which specializes in cloud-based security, created a fake digital identity for an employee of a non-existent bank. The details included credentials for a Google Drive account, complete ... Read More »

Buy stocks when everyone’s miserable: CEO

U.S. stocks are on pace for their worst January in seven years, but that sort of environment provides an opportunity for “rational” investors to make long-term bets, according to Jim McCaughan, CEO of Principal Global Investors. “This is a buy-on-setbacks U.S. equity market,” he told CNBC’s”Squawk on the Street” on Friday. “Buy when everyone’s miserable, like they were earlier this ... Read More »

Cramer: When too much negativity is a good thing

On days like Thursday when there is a nice bounce in the averages, Jim Cramer reminded investors that sometimes it simply doesn’t pay to get too negative. “In fact, there are times when being excessively skeptical can really hurt you,” the “Mad Money” host said. An example of this was Burlington Stores, the off-price retailer with 540 stores predominantly known ... Read More »

Cramer: When the market torture will end

The market sentiment has become more negative than Jim Cramer can ever remember in recent years. That is why Cramer decided to dig a little deeper to figure out when the market will have a real investable bottom and not just an oversold rally. “Sentiment can’t cause a rally on its own. Something fundamental has to change,” the “Mad Money” ... Read More »

Is your Smartphone Safe when it is Lying Somewhere?

You might have visited a friend’s place and you would want to sit and relax. But you are a bit afraid to keep the Smartphone lying somewhere. This is because you think that your friend or someone else would take your phone and start the search. It is really quite exciting to bully a friend with some data that might ... Read More »