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?
Quelle horreur! Paris isn't just a 15-minute city; it's a five-minute city.
Frugality can also benefit the environment.
Depression might be similar to dreaming.
Are anti-workers the lazy children of privilege or the brave vanguard of a utopic upheaval?
“The Tao of the wise is to work without effort.”
Queen Calafia seems like she could have sprung from the pages of a modern fantasy novel.
“Like real dreams, it does not explain, does not complete its sequences," film critic Roger Ebert once wrote about "Mulholland Drive."
Two very different ideas, wormholes and quantum entanglement, might be fundamentally related. What would "ER = EPR" mean for our Universe?
Cosmic origins remain a mystery.
About 1 in 5 adults now say they have no religious affiliation, up from 1 in 50 in 1960.
Some scientists think brain organoids could develop a form of consciousness. Others say that's science fiction.
The secret may lie in an old idiom: "Sleep on it."
The 1,200-year-old "Book of Ingenious Devices" contains designs for futuristic inventions like gas masks, water fountains, and digging machines.
Even with quantum teleportation and the existence of entangled quantum states, faster-than-light communication still remains impossible.
Not even Einstein immediately knew the power of the equations he gave us.
Four key components to guide the creation of emotional intelligence training for leaders.
Within the "Dark Triad" of personality traits, narcissism exists on a confidence spectrum.
Jules Verne wrote about gasoline-powered vehicles, weapons of mass destruction, and global warming more than a century ago.
What if we could harvest energy from human heat, sweat, or vibrations?