Britain hasn't brexited yet, but the EU has already scrapped it from its map
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It happens every once in a great while: the 'Kids' come down from their lofty peak and tell the elders what they think is "cool."
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Wingland? Flemingia? The indignity of colonisation includes the imposed ignorance of the coloniser
Spontaneous talk on surprise topics. Architecture critic Sarah W. Goldhagen on how the built environment shapes our minds and cultures.
The world's first malaria vaccine will be released in Ghana, Keyna, and Malawi in 2018. While malaria was eradicated in the US by 1951, it still kills over 400,000 people worldwide each year. Will this vaccine...
A new study says some TV viewers are more moral than others. What kind of viewer are you?
Alain De Botton talks about the danger of succumbing to “status anxiety” that leaves you caring too much how others judge your value.
Netflix’s new teen suicide drama has parents and many mental-health experts terrified.
A new genetic test could improve the palm oil industry and reduce deforestation.
Personifying certain drugs as evil while calling opioid users “victims” points a glaring spotlight on drug policies that aren't really about public health.
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A new extension suggests that you follow people you don't agree with. Will this help pop your bubble?
Tesla's market cap surpassed that of GM and Ford on April 10, 2017.
The biological process they go through is similar to how yeast turns sugar into alcohol.
Someday an implant may help the neurologically impaired overcome a damaged memory.
Scientists find a surprising way to biodegrade plastic at an impressively fast rate.
The world's most populated country has had its fair share of great minds. Here, we take a quick look at ten thinkers you might not have thought about.
A Silicon Valley investor is spending millions on a publicity campaign aimed specifically at Elon Musk.