Higher education faces challenges that are unlike any other industry. What path will ASU, and universities like ASU, take in a post-COVID world?
The public sphere should be open to conflict.
Forty Starlink satellites were destroyed earlier this year in a geomagnetic storm.
Bite into a miracle berry and you'll perceive intense sweetness — but only after you eat something acidic, too.
Instead of a mental illness, some research suggests that psychopathy — in moderation — is a reasonable life strategy.
Although most of the Universe's mass is dark matter, which gravitates just as well as normal matter, it still can't make black holes.
It might be good for your memory.
Masks are great, but what happens when we try to throw out a billion masks at once?
Once only dark energy remains, empty space still won’t be completely empty. Imagine, if you dare, the very end of the Universe. The stars — past, present, and future — have all burned out. […]
There's an extra source of massive "stuff" in our Universe beyond what gravitation and normal matter can explain. Could light be the answer?
Many have argued that free will is in illusion, but science does not support that.
Mass determines a star’s fate… except when it doesn’t. Supernova events are common, visually spectacular astronomical cataclysms. In 1987, a supernova just ~168,000 light-years away was observed in the Large Magellanic […]
A small percentage of people who consume psychedelics experience strange lingering effects, sometimes years after they took the drug.
Everything is made of matter, not antimatter, including black holes. If antimatter black holes existed, what would they do?
Watch the plasma slide down the prominence like a roller coaster! Our Sun, despite it’s outward appearance as a perfectly hot sphere, is anything but uniform. When take a closer look […]
To be successful at bonsai cultivation, you must acquire the perseverance and unconditional kindness normally reserved for devout monks.
With 5,000 square degrees of data, the Dark Energy Survey has something important to say. For as long as humans have been studying the Universe, we’ve yearned to know the answers […]
The 'reasonable person' represents someone who is both common and good.
Between fake vaccine passports and targeted supply chain attacks, things are only getting more risky.
Whether NASA likes it or not, humans eventually will be having space sex.
Psychologist Adrian Furnham has termed this effect the male hubris, female humility problem.
We know it couldn't have began from a singularity. So how small could it have been at the absolute minimum?
65 million years ago, an asteroid strike caused the 5th great mass extinction. Could we save Earth, today, from a similar event?
Strange underwater icicles form in the Earth's coldest regions and freeze living organisms in place.
As the first Friedmann equation celebrates its 99th anniversary, it remains the one equation to describe our entire universe.
A study involving nearly 2,000 people found links between personality traits and the likelihood of moving toward or away from dementia.
A study reports that people think those with similar personality traits look alike and vice versa.
When Cameroon's Lakes Monoun and Nyos exploded, they released clouds of carbon dioxide that suffocated everything in its wake.
If dark matter exists in a large halo in our galaxy, made up of particles, then it's passing through us constantly. But how much?