Most patients with cancer die from metastasis. Stopping it would be a major advance in cancer therapy.
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This collection of learning and development quotes serves as a reminder of the meaning and purpose behind this important work.
The poisoned candy legend is just one way that American fears manifested: as an easily understood threat to innocence.
Australian parrots have worked out how to open trash bins, and the trick is spreading across Sydney.
Humanity can avoid catastrophe — if we look beyond our blinkered present.
Robinson v. California helped to established a rehabilitative ideal: addiction should be dealt with as a therapeutic matter.
One particular revolution was so important, that at least one historian thinks the 20th century officially began in 1914 and ended in 1991.
Presidential gravesites are spread out “democratically” — but this is more by accident than design.
The universe is filled with unlikely events, but is also full of ways to fool ourselves.
Graphical user interfaces are how most of us interact with computers, from iPhones to laptops. But they were once condemned as making students lazy and destroying the art of writing.
From Brahms to Tchaikovsky, here's a curated list of composers whose music has shaped the classical canon.
More than 90 percent of people make a mistake on this test.
Universal basic income can secure basic independence for citizens, something which modern states have failed to do, argues author Louise Haagh.
Science cannot be isolated from culture.
Nearly 200 orbital launches are scheduled for 2022.
The German thinker wrote both treatises and songs. He approached each form of expression with the same level of interest.
From 1974 to 1978, the chimps of Gombe Stream National Park in Tanzania were at war with each other, the first time conservationists saw chimps engage in calculated, cold-blooded killing.
The gospels imply that Jesus became famous as much for his exorcisms as his ministry.
Recasting the iconic Carrington Event as just one of many superstorms in Earth’s past, scientists reveal the potential for even more massive eruptions from the sun.
Brian C. Muraresku, New York Times best-selling author of "The Immortality Key," unpacks ancient evidence for the widespread ritual use of psychoactive plants.
Many people out there, including scientists, claim to have discovered a series of game-changing revolutions. Here's why we don't buy it.
For centuries, men prevented women from writing music. These classical composers broke with social norms and made their mark on history.
The credibility problem facing the biomedical and public health establishment is, at least in part, a product of its own making.
Not nearly well enough. And we should all be concerned. In 1859, the science of solar physics truly began with the largest eruption in recorded history: the Carrington event. Prior […]
A head built for meat-eating.
On May 4, 1970, the National Guard shot and killed four students during an anti-war protest. The massacre went on to change American culture forever.
Clinical trials by Janssen Pharmaceuticals showed troubling results.
Scientists have found evidence of hot springs near sites where ancient hominids settled, long before the control of fire.
Edinburgh University project geo-locates victims of Scottish 'witch-prickers' in the 16th and 17th century.
Historically, periods of mass flourishing are underpinned by technological revolutions. Currently, we are undergoing a technological revolution unlike anything the world has ever seen.