Ways to move forward when you're wrong and I'm right.
Millennia ago, philosophers like Anaximander grasped that nature is the ultimate recycler.
Want to get ahead at work? It ain’t what you say, it’s the way that you say it — and adaptability is essential.
Want to avoid getting "spaghettified" by a black hole? Steer clear of the smaller ones.
Do the benefits of plastics outweigh the costs?
Neuroscience supports the notion that an escape from conventional perspectives can be a gateway to spectacular insights.
Astronomers claim to have found structures so large, they shouldn't exist. With such biased, incomplete observations, perhaps they don't.
College students once stood out from the pack on IQ tests. Today, they're about average.
“I was incarcerated well before I was in prison and I was free before the gates of prison opened up and let me out.”
Here in our Solar System, we only have one star: a singlet. For many systems, including the highest-mass ones, that's anything but the norm.
One dose of ibogaine was shown to dramatically reduce depression and PTSD.
From AI to health and the metaverse, this year's CES promised new tech that will change lives long after the excitement of the latest TV wears off.
The answer is set to change in the year 2113, a recent estimate suggests.
Prolonged and repetitive tasks rewire us in profound ways – which can be a force for good at work.
London’s busiest airport seems to be rebounding well from the pandemic — but Istanbul has better prospects in the long run.
Placebo treatments don't always need to be given deceptively to have positive effects.
Two scientists recently wagered a bottle of whiskey. The bet? Whether we'll find evidence of advanced extraterrestrial life in the next 15 years.
IBM veteran Daniel Sabbah learned from experience how to lead through the challenges of demand and innovation.
Life became a possibility in the Universe as soon as the raw ingredients were present. But living, inhabited worlds required a bit more.
Western societies seem to be getting inflammation achingly wrong.
Psychologist Noel Brick shares the mental techniques we can use to improve our performance on and off the field.
Today, supermassive black holes and their host galaxies tell a specific story in terms of mass. But JWST reveals a different story early on.
Observations of an enormous cosmic structure, dubbed the "Big Ring," seem to violate the Copernican principle.
Archaeologist Bernard Frischer spent decades uploading the ruins of the Eternal City to the cloud. Here’s what it looks like.
For better teamwork, take a lesson from research into soccer fans who put aside their tribalism.