A growing body of scientific investigation now supports the conclusion that being hopeful has a distinctly positive effect on academic performance.
Neuroengineering, defined as the application of engineering principles to neurological problems, then becomes how we engineer our relationship with existence itself.
How can we solve a problem like Malaria? One doctor has an idea: send in the mathematicians.
What if we told you that, right now, your phone was making a map of your interior surroundings — whether you're at work or at home — and sending that data to places unknown?
Mathematics is the academic class that is most socially acceptable to regard as your weak point. This is a shame.
What kind of madman would run a business on the mindset that all attempts to fail must be made as quickly as possible, as only then could they succeed? Meet Dr. Astro Teller.
Just as the collective ruckus of science deniers hits its peak, Netflix announces a date for 'Bill Nye Saves the World', a heroic new show that will answer the most pressing science questions of our era.
Entrepreneurs share enormous amounts of time together, and develop a unique brand of intimacy, says relationship expert Esther Perel.
Jupiter's icy moon, Europa, may spout water vapor miles into space, says NASA, making it possible to better determine whether its vast underwater oceans support extraterrestrial life.
According to Dr. Rachel Salas of John Hopkins University, making a few simple adjustments to how your bedroom is arranged can yield better sleep.