He couldn't identify the numbers 2 through 9. But strangely, he could still see ones and zeros.
We're still using 800,000 gallons of embalming fluid a year, but burials are becoming far less common.
For a time, Francis Fukuyama looked like a prophet.
Why, exactly, should you die for your child?
Here's what it means for the field.
Americans on average consumed about 58 pounds of beef and veal in 2019 – compared with a global average of 14 pounds.
The key problem with the dark matter hypothesis is that nobody knows what form dark matter might take.
Video cameras on city streets are only the most visible way your movements can be tracked.
The phenomenon of “digital dementia” might not be real after all.
Research shows how temperature can be used to manipulate circadian rhythms.
NASA was dangerously cavalier about the dangers of the shuttle launches.
When justice isn’t tempered by something such as mercy, forgiveness, or nonviolence, efforts to make society more equitable often backfire.
We've been somewhat lucky in the past...
While one may be helpful, the other may be harmful.
There's an extra source of massive "stuff" in our Universe beyond what gravitation and normal matter can explain. Could light be the answer?
Commodus lived the anti-Stoic life, pursuing lust, narcissism, and self-indulgence.
You open an app and start scrolling, then suddenly it's an hour later. Sound familiar?
EV charging stations are the most widespread alternative to gas and diesel pumps. Each alternative has its own hotspots and "deserts."
Some artifacts drown in shipwrecks, others are taken by the tide. Many others will vanish as a result of climate change and rising sea levels.
Much like energy and nutrients flow in a continuous cycle between the elements of a natural ecosystem, a free flow of knowledge fuels the growth of a learning ecosystem.
A forensics expert explains what’s involved with documenting human rights violations during conflicts, from Afghanistan to Ukraine.
One study estimated that 80% of people include “deviations” from the truth in their online profiles.
Rock art in northern Australia depicts marsupial lions, giant kangaroos, and other megafauna that populated the Land Down Under long ago.
Unless you have a critical mass of heavy elements when your star first forms, planets, including rocky ones, are practically impossible.