Stockholm Syndrome is the most famous of 10 psychological disorders named after world cities. Most relate to tourism or hostage-taking.
The simulation gave researchers some of the first concrete data linking climate change to human evolution and speciation.
Horses pranced around the western hemisphere until they went extinct in the late Holocene. They were reintroduced by European colonists — though where, when, and how has remained unclear.
People around the world, mostly Generation Z, are obsessed with the look and feel of gothic, elitist universities. Why?
The same (former) NASA engineer who previously claimed to violate Newton's laws is now claiming to have made a warp bubble. He didn't.
Known as orphaned planets, rogue planets, or planets without parent stars, these "outliers" might be the most common planet of all.
From 260-year-old ciphers to the most recent Zodiac Killer solution, these unbreakable codes just needed time.
UNC School of Medicine researchers identified the amino acid responsible for the trip.
How can you "touch the Sun" if you've always been inside the solar corona, yet will never reach the Sun's photosphere?
Intrapreneurs tap into the spirit of entrepreneurialism to innovate and find personal meaning at work, but organizations need to celebrate their efforts more.
There are so many problems, all across planet Earth, that harm and threaten humanity. Why invest in researching the Universe?
It had long seemed impossible that supermassive black holes could grow to such enormous sizes. But the biggest problem is now solved.
From Ramses II to Alexander the Great, these leaders helped shaped the world we know today.
A new study explains how a chaotic region just outside a black hole's event horizon might provide a virtually endless supply of energy.
One day, this powerful tool could be in millions of smartphones.
For a long time, important events could only be visualized retroactively through paintings. Photography allowed us to capture history as — or sometimes even before — it happened.
We once thought the Moon was completely airless, but it turns out it has an atmosphere, after all. Even wilder: It has a tail of its own.
You can’t control external threats, but you can manage how you prepare and respond to the risk.
The model is almost eight hours ahead of a doctor's recognition of a patient's deterioration.
We are generally taught that there is an arc of history — an inevitable path of progress that leads to modern society. Maybe it isn't true.
Dr. Tyson explains where we might find aliens, why "dark matter" is a misleading term, and why you can blame physics for your favorite team's loss.
Can we stop mass shootings? The first step is collecting data, and these authors have done just that.
In May 2018, the city of Paris set an ambition to be carbon-neutral by 2050.
To Vladimir Putin, a young KGB colonel at the time, the decision was a colossal mistake.