About 2.5% of women and 2.2% of men in the U.S. meet the criteria for body dysmorphic disorder.
What is Captain America doing in ancient Mesopotamia?
Science cannot help us understand or describe first-person experience. Zen koans are a powerful form for helping us reach that description.
Financial illiteracy can become a significant problem. But it’s a problem with a clear solution.
Everything everywhere all at once.
When it comes to handling our emotions, we can’t afford to be none the WISER.
The hot Big Bang is often touted as the beginning of the Universe. But there's one piece of evidence we can't ignore that shows otherwise.
How scientists found out that we live in a cosmic aquarium.
Why implementing an individual development plan process is a smart move for organizations today, and how to get started.
Mass sociogenic illnesses can afflict thousands of people.
So far, two papers have been retracted, and a third is under investigation. Accusations of plagiarism appear convincing.
When supermassive black holes merge, they emit more energy than anything else to occur in our Universe except the Big Bang.
In all mammals, there are two brain pathways for processing information from the eyes: an evolutionarily ancient one and a more modern one.
We bake pies for Pi Day, so why not celebrate other mathematical achievements.
Worldwide, 15% of children are born out of wedlock, but the figure varies from less than 1% in places like China to 69% in Iceland.
Many impact craters on Earth have been erased thanks to wind, water, and plate tectonics. But scientists have clever ways to find them.
The first "running machine" — later known as the bicycle — symbolizes a key design idea.
It's the best-known transcendental number of all-time, and March 14 (3/14 in many countries) is the perfect time to celebrate Pi (π) Day!
Social media has made yelling past each other all the easier.
Did fire change the development of the human brain?
Your five-year-old can probably spot a cop-out.
Virtually anyone can now create convincing deepfakes. That doesn't mean you should.
The nature of civilizational threats has changed in a mere decade.
We can't go back to the Big Bang, nor ahead to the heat death of the Universe. Nevertheless, here are today's natural temperature extremes.
The restoration of public confidence is crucial for strong democratic governance around the world.
"It can truly allow you to see the physical world in ways that were not possible before."
A deadly myth has been manufactured from poor methods and wishful thinking.
Civil engineer Martin Lebek has a brilliant plan to redress the world’s phosphorus imbalance.
There's such thing as a healthy sense of pride in oneself and one’s accomplishments.
Somewhere out there in the Universe is the heaviest neutron star, and elsewhere lies the lightest black hole. Where's the line between them?