What we call "basic research" is actually the most cutting-edge. It underpins knowledge, and without it, technology does not come into being.
Could Russia's plan actually destroy demand for natural gas?
Hit shows are like societal mirrors, capable of reflecting the cultural zeitgeist whose likeness they try to record.
Peer coaching can play a key role in building resilient, high-performing teams, while allowing remote workers to connect with one another from afar.
Societal breakdown, whether real or imagined, can lead to dramatic responses — like blood-sucking vampires.
The pieces don't represent an army, they stand in for the Western social order.
Aptera expects to begin delivering its solar-powered car later in 2022.
In the pursuit of happiness, money probably trumps meaning.
On December 19 1972, astronauts Eugene Cernan, Harrison Schmitt and Ronald Evans splashed down safely in the Pacific Ocean, ending the Apollo 17 lunar mission. They were the last people to travel […]
The proposal calls for the American public to draft two candidates to lead the executive branch: one from the center-left, the other from the center-right.
Scientists regenerate damaged spinal cord nerve fibers with designer protein, helping paralyzed mice walk again.
From mobile learning to microlearning, these five methods for training employees are some of the most effective in the modern world of business.
Contact-tracing apps can be a useful tool for public health, but they have considerable false positive and false negative rates.
The very concept of a "problem with no solution" goes against human nature. But we must accept this harsh reality to have peace in our lives.
Life’s stages are changing – we need new terms and new ideas to describe how adults develop and grow
Ages 30 to 45 are now “the rush hour of life.”
The opening lines of Smartmatic's $2.7 billion lawsuit against Fox News lay bare the culture of denial in the US.
Although equal parts Hollywood blockbuster and Putinist propaganda, "Trotsky" still manages to capture the good, the bad, and the ugly of Russia’s revolutionary past.
How do you recover after an economic apocalypse? It is not what you know, but who you know.
How much we enjoy a conversation can all be a matter of timing — specifically, how long it takes us to respond to what was just said.
Christmas was banned in 1647 and rebellions broke out across the country.
The Swedish Academy honored the writer for his uncompromising inquiry into the lasting consequences of Africa’s colonization.
Research shows that those who spend more time speaking tend to emerge as the leaders of groups, regardless of their intelligence.
When the mutual relatives of two royal families died, the countries were likelier to go to war.
The Greeks were among the first to move beyond “primitive money” and establish an official currency, transforming their trade, government, and even philosophy.
The 2020 election cycle is not yet as wild as the 1876 election that made Rutherford B. Hayes president.