Leadership training can have huge dividends, when it's done right. Here are seven best practices for building a leadership development program that works.
The time to begin exploring VR training is now. Here are the pros, cons, and different ways this technology can be utilized.
A black woman most have never heard of made GPS possible. Over the span of a single lifetime, the world has changed in ways that would have been virtually unimaginable […]
Just a small gesture or a thoughtful comment can often alter a situation, or people’s perceptions of it, in ways that relieve tensions and make them feel appreciated and included.
What factors explain the gender pay gap?
Even before publication, health agencies were asking the journal not to publish the research.
A new study warns of millions of "lost Einsteins."
There’s a million things we haven’t done. But just you wait. The Universe as we know it began some 13.8 billion years ago with the onset of the hot Big Bang. […]
A study finds the link between biological clocks and poor performance at school and work.
How relatable was Trump’s speech? To evaluate this objectively, you could look at what reading level it was at.
Planets can ‘discover’ nuclear power on their own, naturally, without any intelligence. Earth did it 1.7 billion years before humans. If you were hunting for alien intelligence, looking for a surefire […]
A college degree is still a well-trodden path to relative financial success. Even so, a college degree is no longer a guarantee of a secure job, or of any job at all.
While the Olympics officially ended demonstration sports in 1992, a century of unique offerings made us rethink what athletic competition could be.
Neil deGrasse Tyson: “One of the things that I think is missing in the educational pipeline in America is… a class on what science is, and how and why it works.”
Natural disasters claim many more victims than terrorism, so why is funding in Europe and North America so out of balance? This negligence makes Neil deGrasse Tyson "embarrassed for our species".
Why did Jackie Robinson have to break baseball’s color line in 1947 after another man broke it almost 70 years before?
World Health Organization Demands Pharmaceutical Companies Stop Withholding Clinical Trials as Study Finds Over Half of Registered Clinical Trials Are Never Published
In the United States, the FDA has the power to fine drug companies $10,000 a day for failing to publish clinical trials, yet most clinical trials still never see the light of day.
Venture for America is a non-profit fellowship program that grooms the next generation of American entrepreneurs by placing them in startup apprenticeships.
Impostor syndrome is common among highly successful people--particularly women, minority groups, and people from cultural or socioeconomic backgrounds that are different from their peers.