Remaining silent is being complicit.
Guided by ultrasound waves, swarms of microrobots could soon be used to deliver medicine to targeted sites in the body.
A team at Mount Sinai has discovered the neural mechanism behind social isolation.
A Nazi institute produced a Bible without the Old Testament that portrayed Jesus as an Aryan hero fighting Jewish people.
Logic puzzles can teach reasoning in a fun way that doesn't feel like work.
The scientists, not the fossil fuel industry, were right all along. Back in 1990, the world’s top climate scientists convened to put together a report on the state of Earth’s climate. […]
Privateers pillaged British merchant ships in the name of liberty — and profit.
Predatory dinosaurs with big skulls tend to have tiny arms. Researchers propose there might be a direct link between those traits.
Many of his criticisms ring true today.
"Deepfakes" and "cheap fakes" are becoming strikingly convincing — even ones generated on freely available apps.
Popular diets view health as a calorie-crunching equation while excluding a critical variable: mental wellness.
After the German election, will the nation continue to "muddle through" successfully enough to lead Europe?
Historically, periods of mass flourishing are underpinned by technological revolutions. Currently, we are undergoing a technological revolution unlike anything the world has ever seen.
A recent survey also found that political messaging from the pulpit increased the likelihood of believing presidents to be ordained by God.
The modern antiracist movement is harming the very people it claims to help, according to the linguist John McWhorter.
Scientists have found evidence of hot springs near sites where ancient hominids settled, long before the control of fire.
The main bioactive compound in catnip seems to protect cats from mosquitoes. It might protect humans, too.
The present-moment awareness that stems from mindfulness practices may be the cost-effective tool that our society needs.
Diplomacy is war by other means.
Long before the Wordle mania, there was the crossword puzzle craze. And newspapers around the world condemned them as an “invasive weed” that caused mental illnesses and even murder.
Every year, scientists like George Church get better at editing the genomes of human beings. But will genome editing help or hurt us?