Technology is allowing us to quantify exercise like never before, but turning activity into a game may be the most successful way to encourage fitness yet.
With a 5-10 year warning, we could develop a plan to change an asteroid’s trajectory.
A video explainer about what opioids do to the brain that makes the drugs so hard to quit.
When asked if they had "many opportunities" to find success in their careers, 70% of the young people surveyed said "yes".
Researchers said this feat concludes “one of the major challenges in modern cosmology.”
New research shows how parrots and crows learn new skills through play. Can adults implement this advice?
The secret behind the Em Drive’s thrust, which is real, may be in the long-discarded pilot wave theory.
Tesla founder Elon Musk is in talks with the governor of Puerto Rico to help rebuild the island’s power grid using Tesla technologies.
Also according to this survey, Brazil is the least corrupt country in Latin America
Researchers find that different types of meditation alter the brain differently.
Here are some tips on how to beef up your EQ.
Is atheism on the rise, or is religion? At times we hear polls claiming both, but new research shows it's not that simple.
Neil deGrasse Tyson, famous in part for using his scientific literacy to point out flaws in TV and movies, recently criticized the good and bad science behind HBO's Game of Thrones.
While 50% of people say they’ve had a lucid dream, only 20% have them regularly.
Mark Twain once said that God created war so that Americans would learn geography. Twain died before World War I, but his sardonic remark still has meaning.
New research at USC shows universal brain activity in the comprehension of stories for the first time.
Of course, the reality is even worse than these maps suggest.
Another week, another fresh batch of comments straight out of the Facebook. Did you make the cut?
New studies shed light on how Neanderthal DNA is affecting the appearance and behavior of modern humans.
Researchers at MIT and Harvard Medical School have developed a tattoo ink that could potentially be used to monitor medical conditions, with ink that changes in response to physical conditions.