There are nearly 100 towns named "Troy."
Where the prime meridian meets the equator, a non-existent island captures our imagination — and our non-geocoded data.
Without Benjamin List and David MacMillan, chemists would still be using metals and enzymes to catalyze chemical reactions.
For some people, the emotional pull of fictional characters is profoundly strong.
Solitude, by itself, does not predict feelings of loneliness.
Healthy people need healthy microbiomes from an early age.
Some artifacts drown in shipwrecks, others are taken by the tide. Many others will vanish as a result of climate change and rising sea levels.
A team of biohackers is on a David-versus-Goliath mission to make insulin affordable to an increasing number of diabetics.
The retraction crisis has morphed into a citation crisis.
Smashing things together at unprecedented energies sounds dangerous. But it's nothing the Universe hasn't already seen, and survived.
A heated debate is occurring at the University of Miami.
We cannot deduce laws about a higher level of complexity by starting with a lower level of complexity. Here, reductionism meets a brick wall.
The treatment is here, but are we ready?
The revolution is already happening.
Business leaders know they must prepare for technological upheavals in the years ahead. But keeping up-to-date on new technologies—to say nothing of understanding their complexities and forecasting those shifts—is an […]
Research shows that bone fragments of Jesus's (possible) brother belong to someone else.
Passion makes challenges enjoyable, but it may have little use in schools.
A team at the University of Basel discovered a connection between antidepressants and REM sleep.
New research sheds light on the indoctrination process of radical extremist groups.
More than mindless bloodshed, the gladiatorial games were organized sports. Gladiators were treated as world-class athletes, receiving superior diets and medical care.
Although the statue’s political connotations faded over time, its eyes remain fixed on a key moment in Florentine history.
Surprising as it may seem, we are all very good at denial. Negation, however, is a different phenomena.
Known as primordial black holes, they could thoroughly change our Universe's history. But the evidence is strongly against them.
Antisense oligonucleotide therapy uses small molecules to alter RNA. Researchers have now used those molecules to alleviate a genetic form of blindness.
UAP are no laughing matter anymore.