Want to change your diet? The easiest method might be to start exercising.
Ending social distancing won’t only make us sicker, but will tank the health care industry in the process. The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic continues to spread around the world. As of today, […]
The 'Great Polish Map of Scotland' is the coolest map story you've never heard of.
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When two different techniques give two different results, either someone is wrong, or something incredible is happening. Imagine you were a scientist attempting to measure some property of the Universe. […]
A new study suggests that it’s possible to replace anxiety-producing unpleasant memories with new ones implanted under hypnosis.
The vast emptiness of space isn't really so empty: It's filled with space goop made of greasy carbon molecules.
Can algorithms use collective knowledge to make us all internet explorers?
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Although there is much guesswork as to the future of artificial intelligence, today’s AI systems continue to be a boon for science.
America's greatest international impact since World War 2 has been through its diplomacy, not its wars.
Have you ever eaten a chocolate bar that was worth its weight in gold? If you lived in ancient Mesoamerica, you might have done it every day.
An increase in carbon dioxide is not doing good things to our produce. Or bodies.
DST has implications on our history, our health, and even our chances of being the victim of a crime.
What do our future missions in physics, astronomy, astrophysics and more hold? If you went back in time just 30 years, the world as we it was a completely different place. […]
Soon, the line that divides the living from the dead might not be so clear.
If everything goes right, astronomy will take a magnificent leap into the future. But here’s what needs to happen first. Back in 2000, NASA held their decadal survey, choosing what would […]
This list of 10 non-winners is 50% women, but 100% outrageous. In science, advances often come in great leaps. In hindsight, it’s easy to identify perhaps hundreds of small steps […]
Giant fans start capturing CO2 from the air as the world's first commercial carbon capture plant goes live.
In 1987, the nearest supernova seen in nearly four centuries lit up Earth’s skies. Here’s what it looks like today. “When a star goes supernova, the explosion emits enough light to […]
"Currently, inflammation is considered a major factor in the development of depression, dementia, and other brain disorders," says Dr Drew Ramsey.