Many contemporary composers live in the shadow of Bach and Beethoven, even though they’re just as interesting to listen to.
Intrapreneurs tap into the spirit of entrepreneurialism to innovate and find personal meaning at work, but organizations need to celebrate their efforts more.
The great theoretical physicist Steven Weinberg passed away on July 23. This is our tribute.
The more horror we consume, the harder it becomes to find a good scare. These genuinely unsettling movies should get you in the mood for Halloween.
William Shatner is going to space because Jeff Bezos loves Star Trek.
The Netflix show about a Birmingham crime family and their personal demons concluded earlier this month.
Benjamin Franklin's lightning rod saved countless lives, but some religious leaders denounced his invention.
New research finds that dinosaurs were already adapted to living in cold climates before the end-Triassic mass extinction. But how?
Preventing scurvy is not just a problem in the Antarctic.
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Mammals have a history stretching back 325 million years. To study that ancient history is to know our own origins.
Rock art in northern Australia depicts marsupial lions, giant kangaroos, and other megafauna that populated the Land Down Under long ago.
Never has the bar to entry been so low and the recognized benefits so high.
A marine scientist explains the threat of the Loop Current, a 800-pound gorilla of Gulf hurricane risks.
Pain makes sense from an evolutionary perspective. What's puzzling is why so many of us choose to seek out painful experiences.
The so-called "court painter of Silicon Valley" was shaped by her youth in communist Poland but looks forward to a future ruled by celebrity robots.
Britons could start receiving the vaccine within days.
Diversity training is easy to get wrong. Here's how to build an effective program.
The experience of life flashing before one's eyes has been reported for well over a century, but where's the science behind it?
Hit shows are like societal mirrors, capable of reflecting the cultural zeitgeist whose likeness they try to record.
What value does wit hold in genres defined by brute strength?
Anxieties about being identified will be superseded by fears of being analyzed.
Yet 80 percent of respondents want to reduce their risk of dementia.
What was the universe like one-trillionth of a second after the Big Bang? Science has an answer.
The treatment is here, but are we ready?
A study from McGill University reveals the secret of musicians who have excellent time.