Believe it or not, insects today are really tiny. How did pre-historic insects get so colossal, and why have they now shrunk in size?
Being grumpy can actually make you a better problem solver, as it boosts executive function. This doesn't give you free range to be a grouch.
Not good news for inattentive married dudes.
As a result of warming seas, at least 10 types of sharks currently found in warmer areas will likely be found in British waters in coming decades.
A glass of juice has as much sugar, ounce for ounce, as a full-calorie soda. And those vitamins do almost nothing.
A Chicago lawmaker says UBI is not only a way to ensure people still get paid as automation displaces their jobs, but that it’s also a safeguard against the inevitable sociopolitical strife that would follow.
Restaurants are increasingly less likely to accept paper currency, a trend that likely protects businesses from theft but also makes it harder for low-income people to shop.
A growing body of research suggests that healthy sleep habits might be effective in preventing the onset of Alzheimer's disease.
MeerKAT is producing brilliant images of the super massive black hole that is at our galaxy’s center.
Seemingly inconsequential decisions can alter ecosystems, as a recent Australian study shows.
The current U.S. Administration seems happier to pursue fleeting photo ops with strongmen than to cultivate long-standing alliances. Where does that leave American influence in Asia?
A new study from Australia states that most drivers don't think distracted driving is an issue. Driving data prove otherwise.
Do the clothes make the man? With the Diderot Effect, material goods can help forge your whole identity.
Ever notice how people with conservative sexual attitudes seem to still cheat at the same rate as their more liberal peers? A new study says you're onto something.
Prison isn't just terrible for the prisoners. Increasingly, the employees are suffering, too.
In 1936, Hitler ordered the construction of Prora on a German island. The reasons for its existence are rooted in Nazi mysticism.
Think Again like you've never heard it before. A trip deep into the oldest living folk music in the Western world — that of Epirus, Greece — and what it reveals about why we make music at all.
A new medical imaging device uses technology developed by particle physicists to produce full-color, 3D images of the human body.
A team of international scientists has pinpointed the cosmic source of a ghostly subatomic particle called a neutrino, marking the beginning of a new era in astronomy.
One of the leading countries in the world in getting off coal and ramping up renewables.