The Bosco Verticale by Stefan Boeri Architects will have the same ecological impact as 10,000 square meters of forest.
The late author and professor famously dissected the falsely perceived equivalency between ignorance and knowledge in a 1980 Newsweek piece titled "A Cult of Ignorance." One wonders what Asimov would say about the current conflict between science and opinion.
You may be familiar with the expression "the clothes make the (wo)man." A psychologist might agree with that sentiment, as preliminary studies seem to suggest people adopt traits associated with different styles and fashions.
People who spend exorbitant amounts of money pampering their dogs do so more to please themselves than their coddled canines. But it is really a bad thing?
The image above maps the location of more than 150,000 geocoded tweets that contained words deemed to be racist, homophobic or that targeted people with disabilities.
Although ingredients in Gatorade and Powerbars may help intense athletes perform at their highest level, the rest of us ought to stay away.
The future of golf in the United States is dim due to a glaring lack of interest by the millennial generation. The reasons why young people don't golf? It's all about the green -- money, not grass.
A new study by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco finds that the wage growth gap between recent college grads and the rest of the workforce is wider than ever.
A luxury apartment building is now under construction in Taiwan, and its design was inspired by the double helix of the DNA molecule.
Laughter Yoga utilizes voluntary laughing and interpersonal playfulness to boost spiritual well-being. Although the practice is nearly 20-years-old, it is only now gaining in popularity in places like Hong Kong and the UK.
Steve Sellery, owner of RisingTide Sports & Entertainment, designs experiential events and marketing programs. His latest venture is an interactive game show for military bases.
Lyft, the pink mustache peer-to-peer ride-sharing company, has postponed its New York City Launch after being hit with a restraining order by the state attorney general.
America's 2nd-largest theater chain will cut auditorium capacities and replace existing seats with reclining versions. The company is banking on a quality-over-quantity approach to competing with home entertainment.
Face it: even though new technologies can be exciting and fun, they're also major causes of stress. Tech developers are setting a goal to de-stress our devices.
BIC, more famous for making ballpoint pens than computer fonts, is developing a "universal typeface" created by averaging the penmanship of hundreds of thousands of people worldwide.