Lovers are parted from lovers, (grand)parents from children, families from their dead.
These animals to grow scalpel-sharp and precisely shaped tools that are resistant to breaking.
The way that the ancient Megalodon adapted to water temperature has important implications for modern marine creatures.
Drones have a lot to learn from the landing abilities of birds.
Astronaut Chris Hadfield shares how living in space has bettered his life on Earth.
Research shows that those who spend more time speaking tend to emerge as the leaders of groups, regardless of their intelligence.
Astronomers in 2017 caught an image of a supermassive black hole in a galaxy far, far away. Doing it in our own galaxy is a huge milestone.
People underestimate their opponent’s capacity to feel basic human sensations. We can short-circuit this impulse through moral reframing and perspective taking.
Six denominations share the Holy Sepulcher, but not all between them is peace and love.
A new study proposes that Hawking radiation could be used to find dark matter in places like primordial black holes.
Now that it's fully commissioned, the James Webb Space Telescope begins its exploration of the Universe. Here are its first science images!
Livestock now outweighs wild mammals and birds ten-fold.
A new AI-generated map of dark matter shows previously undiscovered filamentary structures connecting galaxies.
The human brain is only the latest chapter in the ancient story of thinking on Earth.
Social media distorts the reality of the public sphere.
A study reports that people think those with similar personality traits look alike and vice versa.
“What am I missing?” is a question that journalist Mónica Guzmán thinks more people should start asking.
When you wish upon a star, it probably makes a difference who you are.
Our economy is dominated by middlemen, including huge companies such as Walmart and Amazon. There are many benefits to going direct instead.
Ideas often taken for granted in the United States and Europe about what it means to be a person are, quite simply, not shared with other cultures.
Life is possible because of asymmetries, such as an imbalance between matter and antimatter and the "handedness" (chirality) of molecules.
Solitude, by itself, does not predict feelings of loneliness.