This is a great improvement over the typical brew time of 12 to 18 hours.
Moral panics about the content of children's cartoons and other forms of entertainment have a long history.
A new study explores how investors' behavior is affected by participating in online communities, like Reddit's WallStreetBets.
A new study suggests that hunting dogs' barks convey emotional information about the animals they see.
Every organization needs the capacity to generate disruptive ideas. No one can afford to stand still and pretend that past habits will guarantee future success. If your organization isn’t ready […]
Only 1% of corn grown is the U.S. is the type that people eat.
Leadership training can have huge dividends, when it's done right. Here are seven best practices for building a leadership development program that works.
Could we all attain this superpower?
A toxicological study shows that the victims of human sacrifice consumed coca leaves and ayahuasca before they were killed, but not for reasons we originally thought.
Iceland consistently ranks as the most gender-equal nation. It is also the nation where men and women are most likely to pursue sex-typical jobs.
For decades people have arranged to freeze their bodies after death, dreaming of resurrection by advanced future medicine. Many met a fate far grislier than death.
Resilience training isn't just for soldiers. It can be instrumental in helping employees recover from difficulties and embrace change in the workplace.
Humans seemingly have opposing desires to fit in and to be unique. The interplay between these might drive the evolution of fads.
The results could help NASA's Perseverance rover find evidence of ancient life on Mars.
The bizarre discovery could pave the way for advances in regenerative medicine for humans.
The rhetorical fallout is greater than the radioactive fallout.
Black cat crossed your path?
Once numbering just 27 birds, the global population of California condors is now in the hundreds.
Is 2022 the year the economy recovers?
A new study upends a long-standing theory on how the brain plans motor actions in uncertain environments.
It may depend on whether you're an "easily empathetically embarrassed" person.
Any dataset that can be quantified over time can be turned into a contest that is both exciting and (a little bit) enlightening.