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An artificial womb successfully grew baby sheep — and humans could be next  Eight fetal lambs successfully developed after spending four weeks inside of artificial wombs that resemble ziplock bags. The success of the experiment provides hope to researchers that premature human babies could also develop outside the uterus. This is an important breakthrough as premature birth is the leading cause of death for newborns. - The Verge

The Electric-Car Boom Is So Real Even Oil Companies Say It's Coming One of the largest oil producer, Total SA, is predicting that electric vehicles will make up nearly one third of car sales by the end of the next decade. The increase in electric vehicles is also predicted to cause the demand for oil to peak in the 2030s, after which demand will begin to flatten if not decline. - Bloomberg

Nasdaq Composite Tops 6000 for First Time Pulled up by the earnings of Caterpillar, McDonalds and Biogen, the NASDAQ composite broke the 6000 mark for the first time in its history. The NASDAQ composite is up 12% on the year as more investors are moving their money into tech stocks as a way to bet on U.S economic growth. - Wall Street Journal 

Microsoft is dropping passwords for good. Microsoft announced a new Authenticator app that does away with passwords completely. If you are able log in to your phone, you will be able to log in to your Microsoft Account without the use of a password. - Ars Techinca