Lost in a building or underwater? A new muon-based navigation system could be your guide.
This list of leadership training topics is designed to help businesses navigate the times and prepare for the future.
A large study concludes that people who grew up in rural areas are superior at navigation, likely because cities tend to be less complex.
Shouldn't "flight mode" be obsolete?
A recent study highlights the astounding adaptability of the human brain.
Sleep less, sleep less, sleep more.
From cosmetic procedures to heart operations, the introduction of AI will create an ethical minefield.
A physicist discusses the boundaries of reality and experimentation.
How do we deal with information overload and unlock creativity? Build a second brain.
Johns Hopkins professor Dr. Matthew Johnson answers 24 huge questions about psychedelics.
Head direction cells act like internal compasses to help the birds navigate during long flights.
“I watched closely for the sun or stars to appear, to correct my chronometer, on the accuracy of which our lives and the success of the journey would depend.”
Follow your nose all the way home.
Long before Christopher and Magellan, ancient explorers voyaged into the unknown and brought home extraordinary tales.
Individuals and organizations can maintain a strong and enduring identity by repeatedly remaking themselves.
Today’s careers don’t offer a clear path forward, but the rewards can be worth more than a gold watch at retirement.
More than 200 years ago, scientists tried to figure out how bats navigate in the dark (or without eyes). This set in motion a series of events that led to the development of ultrasound as a form of psychotherapy.
Augmented reality (AR) contact lenses will project the digital world into our retinas, perhaps helping us navigate the metaverse.
Online learning has become the new normal, but it isn't without its challenges.
An un-crewed sailing drone discovered the unusually shaped, slumbering seamount.
Mansa Musa, perhaps history's richest man, claims he ascended the throne of Mali after his predecessor sailed west and never came back. Could he have made it to the New World?
Two aspects of memory – fast updating and long lasting – are typically considered incompatible, yet the insects combined them.
Quantum physics is starting to show up in unexpected places. Indeed, it is at work in animals, plants, and our own bodies.
A new, easy-to-use, $5-device helps address male infertility. It isolates healthy sperm cells based on their natural behavior.
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.