Augmented reality (AR) contact lenses will project the digital world into our retinas, perhaps helping us navigate the metaverse.
The $300,000 Model A is a true flying car — it can be driven on roads as well as flown in the air. And it's one step closer to your garage.
Your brain is trying to show you the future.
Two aspects of memory – fast updating and long lasting – are typically considered incompatible, yet the insects combined them.
There's such thing as a healthy sense of pride in oneself and one’s accomplishments.
Only humans can voluntarily conjure new objects and events in our minds.
A new, easy-to-use, $5-device helps address male infertility. It isolates healthy sperm cells based on their natural behavior.
A new study from Finland suggests that we all process the behavior of others using the same neural networks.
Reading between the lines of Dorothy’s adventure to the Emerald City.
Spying is not usually done these days with balloons because they're an easy target and are not completely controllable.
He co-created one of TV’s funniest shows. He still felt like a failure in his 30s. This is comedian Neal Brennan’s story about conquering toxic self-talk.
Modern memory athletes use this ancient technique to memorize thousands of digits of pi.
On New Year's Eve 1899, the captain of this Pacific steamliner sailed into history. Or did he?
The findings contradict a widespread belief.
Your brain is remarkably good at mapping out physical spaces — even if it's an imaginary space like Hogwarts. But how does the brain do it?
These five great books should prompt us to work on what needs fixing the most in the world: ourselves.
Quantum entanglement may remain spooky, but it has a very practical side.
The same parts of the brain that help us navigate complex social interactions can also drive us to make wildly bad investments.
A textbook pregnancy consists of three trimesters. The baby develops at a relatively predictable rate during this time, from pomegranate seed to avocado to watermelon. And mom’s body adapts accordingly […]
Types of therapy are about as different as the people who use it.
After 10,000 years of civilization, have we figured out what virtue is?
Sophia, the humanoid robot, is not just mirroring emotions; she's leading a revolution in emotional intelligence.