Scientists find a groundbreaking application of the supermaterial graphene.
The 2018 World Happiness Index reveals some surprises and explains why the world's richest country is not one of its happiest.
New research predicts the existence of completely different kind of stars.
A classic essay defines different ways to disagree, from the worst to the best, with lessons that ring true in our divisive times.
Now might just be the best time in history to be a geek or a nerd. How have the definitions and connotations changed over time?
So-called 'positive stress' has been growing in popularity among Silicon Valley workers.
Researchers use a cutting-edge technique to restore activity to the fragile X syndrome gene.
Is there a connection between mental health and gun violence? Here's what the experts think and the stats show.
Microsoft researchers work to create a digital "alter ego" that will know everything about you and make you much smarter.
A new study looks at how teens construct their online identities.
President Trump wants to end "chain migration". Is a merit-based system better?
Why civilians do not need to own guns like the AR-15.
Hitler and other Nazis were fond of a strange theory that the world was made of ice.
Why are the prices of cryptocurrencies so volatile? Are initial coin offerings (ICOs) worth your investment? Bitcoin and other digital currencies created an entirely new market with its own rules.
A first-ever study looks at how sibling bullying leads to the development of psychotic disorders later in life.
Inventor Nikola Tesla's work at Niagara Falls may be his most direct and lasting contribution to our lives.
Studies indicate that most guns are owned by a small amount of Americans, while the majority's views on gun control issues are ignored by lawmakers.
Could famous sinkings and disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle have been prevented by advanced contemporary technology?
One achievable solution can stop the epidemic of school shootings in the United States without restricting the guns of law-abiding citizens.
Are déjà vu and the Mandela Effect related? A theory by physicist Michio Kaku may help explain.