Resilience training isn't just for soldiers. It can be instrumental in helping employees recover from difficulties and embrace change in the workplace.
Although the statue’s political connotations faded over time, its eyes remain fixed on a key moment in Florentine history.
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.
This might help you make it to the end of Herman Melville’s 19th century classic.
Revolutionary techniques for understanding brain functions in animals could soon help us understand how emotions guide our lives.
A series of recent studies found that people with healthy levels of vitamin D were less likely to contract COVID-19 and suffer severe complications from it.
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The key? A computational flattening algorithm.
Contrary to popular belief, it’s not to mark Mexican independence.
One particular revolution was so important, that at least one historian thinks the 20th century officially began in 1914 and ended in 1991.
Archaeologists suggest this may have been the Americas' "oldest hotel."
Any alien civilization that grows to span an entire planet would spark the same effects that we have. So, what do we do about it?
Using data collected from ancient civilizations across the world, researchers identified the most significant factors in human development. War came out on top.
Recent geopolitical turning points, like Brexit and the 2016 U.S. presidential election, were chapters in a story that extends decades back in world history.
Researchers were even able store and read a 767-kilobit full-color short movie file in the fabric.
Scientists at UCLA and Penn argue that malfunctioning fat, not necessarily too much of it, is what makes people metabolically unhealthy.
That's as fast as a bullet train in Japan.
Big Think's co-founder and CEO, Victoria Montgomery Brown, offers six pieces of advice to founders in her forthcoming book.
If argumentation led to nothing, it would soon be thrown into the evolutionary dustbin.
Can passenger airships make a triumphantly 'green' comeback?
What if intelligence can thrive without consciousness?
Without Benjamin List and David MacMillan, chemists would still be using metals and enzymes to catalyze chemical reactions.
The strangest thing about trying to predict the future is that our only clues lie in the past.
All of these conflicts have a long history. They may also have a long future.