If used improperly, the metaverse could be more divisive than social media and an insidious threat to society and even reality itself.
On December 19 1972, astronauts Eugene Cernan, Harrison Schmitt and Ronald Evans splashed down safely in the Pacific Ocean, ending the Apollo 17 lunar mission. They were the last people to travel […]
With its very first deep-field view of the Universe now released, the James Webb Space Telescope has shown us our cosmos as never before.
Being more creative doesn’t require a ‘Muse.’ It’s about pairing intelligence and imagination.
In the age of distraction, don't we all want to read faster and more efficiently?
Crocodiles have been called “living fossils.” That is, the species has remained unaltered for vast periods of geologic time. They’ve become so perfectly adapted to their ecological niche that millions […]
The Universe is expanding, and the Hubble constant tells us how fast. But how can it be a constant if the expansion is accelerating?
Will nature or nurture win out?
Learning and development leaders can play a key role in fostering inclusion in the workplace, improving creativity and innovation in the process.
Agile learning enables an organization to pivot quickly in response to changes in technology, economic conditions, market demand, and more.
Immersive learning creates an interactive environment in which learners have the power to customize their experience.
From crocodiles to birds, certain animals managed to survive some of the worst extinction events in world history.
The length of a day oscillates slightly every six years. This was a surprising discovery made last decade. We might now know why.
The photometric filters for the Vera Rubin Observatory are complete and showcase why they are indispensable for astronomy.
If you think you know how an astronomical nova works, buckle up. You're in for a ride like you never expected.
These bizarre mollusks have the ability to regenerate their bodies and to absorb other organisms' attributes.
An analogy explains the greater fool theory: You don’t have to run faster than the bear to get away; you just have to run faster than the other guy.
Our temporal experience of the world is not divided into a series of neat segments, yet that's how we talk about time.
Just 13.8 billion years after the hot Big Bang, we can see 46.1 billion light-years away in all directions. Doesn't that violate...something?
Even with only 12.5 hours of exposure time, James Webb's first deep-field image taught us lessons we've never realized before.
With this unique opportunity to create a totally new world, why does the metaverse already feature such old-world concepts?
82% of professionals say they'd take a lower-paying job to work for an organization with more ethical business practices. This is just one of the reasons to offer ethics training for employees.
In a major advance, scientists have found a new and groundbreaking way to force electrons to flow only in one direction in a superconductor.
The study provides initial evidence that open, strong postures can improve children's mood and self-esteem.