Darwin was right again—sort of.
In tough competitions, men tend to give up early when they feel a low sense of control. Testosterone eradicates that effect.
It's time to put on your listening hat.
Wearable technology can help increase lifespan by changing what we know about our dietary needs and creating new ways to exercise.
Dr. Tyson explains where we might find aliens, why "dark matter" is a misleading term, and why you can blame physics for your favorite team's loss.
Why you’ve probably never heard of Computer Space, which launched the video game industry 50 years ago
Computer Space lacked a critical ingredient that the other games possessed: gravity.
Nikolaas Tinbergen's concept of "supernormal stimulus" explains why humans are attracted to a heightened version of reality.
Gravitation, all on its own, can reveal what's present in the cosmos like nothing else.
Intrapreneurs tap into the spirit of entrepreneurialism to innovate and find personal meaning at work, but organizations need to celebrate their efforts more.
Chess was once blamed for triggering mental health problems, including suicide and even murder. Today, the same is said of video games.
Since at least 600 BC, people have been mesmerized by the concept of the infinite.
Virtual reality continues to blur the line between the physical and the digital, and it will change our lives forever.
The pieces don't represent an army, they stand in for the Western social order.
Screens were around in previous generations, but now they truly define childhood.
How the brain decides what to store and what to forget.
Successful romantic relationships require desire, but that desire doesn't have to be sexual.
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.
When the mutual relatives of two royal families died, the countries were likelier to go to war.
For 40 years, scientists thought a specific gene was linked to aggression in hamsters. Removing it, however, had violent consequences.
The Jewish prophets, Plato, Sun Tzu, and Buddha all lived in a "golden age" of philosophy that laid the foundation of modern thought.
A new study found the possible reason why some dwarf galaxies appear to not have dark matter.
Role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons offer a valuable insight: Life is about shifting labels.