Thanks to genetic clues, scientists discovered that an old stroke therapy that had abandoned for decades might just work.
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Must a religious story be confirmed as a true fact to be effective and inspiring?
Astronomers find these five chapters to be a handy way of conceiving the universe's incredibly long lifespan.
"Brasilia, the biggest paper town ever."
Jim Peebles, Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz just won the 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics. It couldn’t be more well-deserved. Every year, the Nobel Prize reminds all of humanity to […]
A new book tells the very old story in a fun way for a younger generation.
If you think we’ve seen all there is to see in the Universe, you’re about to have your imagination unlocked. “Hubble often takes images of distant gravitationally lensed galaxies to […]
With Project Adam, Microsoft has thrown down the artificial intelligence gauntlet. The company boasts that it's new deep-learning system is better in terms of speed, efficiency, and accuracy than Google's best attempts.
One might think that men would have to pay prostitutes a premium to have sex without a condom. But a new study of the sex trade in Tijuana and Ciudad Juarez suggests the opposite.