Delay the instant gratification of online knowledge and first seek out the wisdom within yourself.
Zombies aren't a modern-day obsession. Throughout history, fear of the undead led to bizarre burial rituals all over the world.
Adopting a healthy scepticism towards inherited ideas means “emptying the container of the Self.”
From the laying out of the body plan to the organization and functioning of our nervous system, cells rule gene expression and make us who and what we are.
The dating pool is small — no pun intended.
The length of a day oscillates slightly every six years. This was a surprising discovery made last decade. We might now know why.
There is strong evidence that invertebrates are sentient beings.
An un-crewed sailing drone discovered the unusually shaped, slumbering seamount.
Crafting an effective learning and development strategy can be challenging. Here are five key considerations.
Was the terror of Biscayne Bay a man who escaped slavery, an African chieftain, or a marketing ploy that went viral?
Yet another ocean monster has been discovered.
A recent study is the first to fabricate electronic components from endogenous molecules.
The list includes eleven species of birds, eight species of freshwater mussels, two fish, a bat, and a plant from the mint family.
Humanity is poised to pass the 8 billion milestone mid-November, but population growth is actually slowing down.
Roughly half the world population, including in America, has insufficient levels of vitamin D. UV irradiated mushrooms can help.
A healthy lifestyle even protects those who are genetically predisposed to depression.
Meet your new flying nightmare: Thapunngaka shawi.
To date, only one research vessel has ever encountered a milky sea.
Where the prime meridian meets the equator, a non-existent island captures our imagination — and our non-geocoded data.
This is especially true for three key groups.
A food fight may finally be put to rest.
Disgusting behavior is often crucial to survival.
Inspired by the shape of a New Caledonian crow’s beak, researchers created a new 3D-printed prototype of tweezers.
Eat your beans.
Starling flocks, schools of fish, and clouds of insects all agree.
A school lesson leads to more precise measurements of the extinct megalodon shark, one of the largest fish ever.
In all mammals, there are two brain pathways for processing information from the eyes: an evolutionarily ancient one and a more modern one.