Isolation and empathy are by no means mutually exclusive.
In principle, the laws of physics are the same forwards and backwards. But in practice, time only runs in one direction. Most of the laws of physics are the same […]
That's only counting revenues from taxes, fees, and licenses.
Walmart is selling "snake oil," said the general counsel of the organization bringing the lawsuit.
So why should we keep using them?
The 'People Map of the United States' zooms in on America's obsession with celebrity
They're creating an unprecedented map of Earth to help government leaders make better decisions in regard to climate change.
FieldTrip is advancing the realm of clinical psychedelic testing.
Researchers hope the technology will further our understanding of the brain, but lawmakers may not be ready for the ethical challenges.
The most famous ‘supernova impostor’ of all could have died back in the 1840s. Here’s what we think kept it alive. In all of astronomy, no stellar event releases more energy […]
Studying 'episodic memory' in animals may hold the key to understanding memory loss in humans.
Maybe everything we do is bad. But it’s not all bad to the same extent. Writer Jonathan Safran Foer on factory farming and free-range parenting in 2018.
A new generation is waiting for the whimsy and wit of Dr. Seuss.
Despite being free to users, Facebook seems to have a monopoly on our speech, our data, and our lives.
To help dramatize the need for us to open our minds about the potential nature of extraterrestrial life, experimental philosopher Jonathon Keats has built instruments and composed music for aliens.
Technology that enables telemedicine is set to change the medical field for patients, doctors, and investors.
Health hazards like depression, suicidal ideation, and sexual violence seem to be increasingly prevalent among U.S. teenagers, according to new CDC report.
We're more dependent on them than we realize.
The fierce debate over participation trophies ignores a crucial fact: Children aren't idiots.