The Second World War was a moral and societal nadir. The conflict's incomparable horrors ensure its continued relevance in art, storytelling, and the general cultural zeitgeist.
Have you ever emerged from the supermarket and wondered why you bought so many things not on your list? Congratulations, you've likely been manipulated!
Students may need to sleep on a lesson before they are able to fully comprehend and apply the new information they've learned.
How much does a free app cost users in memory, data usage, and battery life? Turns out the ads within those free apps can consume 16 percent more energy and 22 percent more memory, and that's just the tip of the...
We're thrilled to be bringing The Floating University to Big Think. Here's number two on our list, featuring Harvard linguist Steven Pinker.
The forgotten aspects of art history will always be the most intriguing. Digging up the dead storylines of art history, whether in the distant or the recent past, will never end, mostly thanks to forces that...
By equipping chefs with sensor-fitted gloves, robots can easily learn the specific ways they prepare meals, opening the door to professionally prepared home meals.
As yoga reaches the mainstream, there are many who seek to use it as a control device, says author Shahram Shiva. He argues that young people are usually smart enough to see through the ruse.