Music and sounds only seem to reduce pain in mice when played at a specific volume.
Prosthetic arms can cost amputees $80,000. A startup called Unlimited Tomorrow is aiming to change that by making customized 3D-printed bionic arms for just $8,000.
That's as fast as a bullet train in Japan.
Smallpox was nothing new in 1721.
New chip eliminates the need for specific decoding hardware, boosting gaming systems, 5G networks, and more.
We have pipelines for oil and natural gas. Why not water?
A team of scientists has warned that marketers seek to advertise in our dreams. Will our sleep be commercialized against our wishes?
One of the best-known allegorical depictions of love has a rather pessimistic male twin.
The so-called "court painter of Silicon Valley" was shaped by her youth in communist Poland but looks forward to a future ruled by celebrity robots.
The pilot project is in 10 stores and is 85% accurate.
Many first-hand accounts from the golden age of piracy were grossly embellished, meaning it's extremely difficult to separate Blackbeard the legend from Edward Thatch the person.
Shoving platelet-rich plasma up your nose might restore your sense of smell after COVID. But whether it actually works still needs to be sniffed out.
Learning and development leaders can play a key role in fostering inclusion in the workplace, improving creativity and innovation in the process.
While the brightest stars dominate any astronomical image, they are far outnumbered by the fainter, lower-mass, cooler stars out there. In this region of the star cluster Terzan 5, a […]
The key? A computational flattening algorithm.
In his new book, "American Rule," Jared Yates Sexton hopes to overturn a centuries-long myth.
Darwin was right again—sort of.
The artifacts were often made from found objects – an Ivory dish-soap bottle transformed into an earthenware figure.
The contact binary system KIC 9832227 is worth another look. Astronomers have seen some incredible occurrences across space and time. The nova of the star GK Persei, shown here in an […]
The Chegg cheating scandal reveals a critical need to rethink the student experience in post-COVID education.
We'd like to think that judging people's worth based on the shape of their head is a practice that's behind us.
Out of all the galaxies we know, only a few little ones are missing dark matter. At last, we finally understand why.
With change management training, learning and development leaders can help their talent avoid the common pitfalls that stall transformation.