A team of scientists has warned that marketers seek to advertise in our dreams. Will our sleep be commercialized against our wishes?
Here’s how the closest place to “hell” in our Solar System might actually be home to life. From afar, Venus seems like the most uninhabitable planet of all. NASA’s Magellan mission […]
Across the land, state-driven pacts, partnerships, councils and task forces replace a coordinated federal response.
Through computationally intensive computer simulations, researchers have discovered that "nuclear pasta," found in the crusts of neutron stars, is the strongest material in the universe.
This is a nice addition to the findings of the “yellow snow” study.
Physicists discover strikingly similar structures in human cells and neutron stars.
There is a wide definition of fake news, and a narrow one. These two types of fake news have different origins.
Ronald Dekker, a labour economist at Tilburg University, says part-time positions enjoy "first-tier" status.
Google's team of fashion data scientists recently released a report mapping the hottest clothing searches for the spring.
Chicago native Judy Cohen Gerowitz became Judy Chicago in 1970 for many reasons. One was to throw off her father’s and husband’s names and the male dominance behind that practice. […]
There are few trends in the "maker movement" that have the potential to disrupt traditional industries, economies and the wider culture than 3D Printing.
This lecture on “diagnostic inflation” or the over-diagnosis or mental disorder by Allen J. Frances, the chair of the DSM-IV task force, is important. Watch it. Frances lays out absolutely […]
“Women are conflicted in ten different directions today,” “Shirin” tells me. She’s an accomplished, unmarried woman in her 40s, living in Los Angeles. She continues, “They know you cannot have […]
In branding, the conventional wisdom says that using the same computer or cologne as, say, George Clooney will make you feel more like him and, therefore, good about yourself. Conventional […]