Everything is made of matter, not antimatter, including black holes. If antimatter black holes existed, what would they do?
When faced with too many choices, many of us freeze — a phenomenon known as "analysis paralysis." Why? Isn't choice a good thing?
In 100 years, perhaps this map showing humanity clustering around the equator will seem “so 21st century.”
Understanding these links could bring us closer to a cure.
Do the laws of physics place a hard limit on how far technology can advance, or can we re-write those laws?
These astounding inventions show that civilizations of the past were a lot more advanced than we might have thought.
The sky is blue. The oceans are blue. While science can explain them both, the reasons for each are entirely different.
"A cheap loan is beyond all new destiny." Does that mean anything to you?
Science has come a long way since Mary Shelley penned "Frankenstein." But we still grapple with the same questions.
Remote work is here to stay. Here are a few ways to enhance remote training in a post-pandemic future.
Company culture is always evolving — sometimes for the worse.
Could Russia's plan actually destroy demand for natural gas?
An experiment in rats suggests that gene editing may be a treatment for anxiety and alcoholism in adults who were exposed to binge-drinking in their adolescence.
Listening to some songs can cause a powerful physiological response known as "frisson." What is it, and why does it happen?
To the ancient Greeks, exotic animals were proof of mythological creatures. To the ancient Romans, they were oddities and adversaries.
Disgusting behavior is often crucial to survival.
A recent advance in 3D imaging techniques helped spark the biggest ever discovery of North American cave art.
Time isn't the same for everyone, even on Earth. Flying around the world gave Einstein the ultimate test. No one is immune from relativity.
Cold War meets Star Wars in this cut-away of a 1950 “rubber bubble,” the first line of defense against nuclear sneak attack.
Hoarders know their habits are abnormal, and yet they cannot help themselves. Maybe you can help them.
Drugs that stifle acute inflammation may prevent the body from healing properly.
Are psychopaths cold-blooded murderers? Not usually.
Aristotle's ancient virtues play a vital role in today's war.
Researchers believe they have found a single point mutation in an infection-sensing gene that causes the autoimmune disorder.
Thanks to genetic clues, scientists discovered that an old stroke therapy that had abandoned for decades might just work.