A full-time writer and blogger for the past 5 years, Philip's work has appeared on Your Tango, Pop Sugar, STEMJobs, Hack Writers, NJ.com, inTravel Magazine, and more. He has lived in Africa, Asia, and for a short time in Europe, and can be found in New Jersey with his friendly cat Selena.
Your subjective experience might not end the moment your heart stops, research on near-death experiences suggests.
A study describes how researchers conducted the first successful DNA sequencing on ancient Egyptian mummies.
Can spacekime help us make headway on some of the most pernicious inconsistencies in physics?
Is information the fifth form of matter?
Tens of millions of Americans consume cannabis regularly. They're likely ingesting high levels of toxins. Only the federal government has the power and the resources to protect them.
Aurora 21 will help the US keep pace among the other nations who own the fastest supercomputers. Scientists plan on using it to map the connectome of the human brain.
“Sexbots” are coming. They're supposed to fill in the gap for the career focused, help undermine sex trafficking and abuse, and even curb STI rates, but are these claims true?
Neuroscientists are now beginning to unravel the neurobiological processes that take place inside the brain, during a spiritual awakening.
Drinking heavily over a long period of time has been known to cause early onset Alzheimer’s. But the forces behind this phenomenon have been a mystery, until now.
More and more prosecutors across the US are going after the friends and family of those who die from a drug overdose. Is this practice morally acceptable?
At one point during the Neolithic era, the Y-chromosome in our species became far less diverse. Called the Neolithic bottleneck, the reason for it may have finally been revealed.
Researchers now have an antibody that specifically targets cancer cells, while leaving healthy ones alone.
A global Ebola pandemic could cause tens of millions of deaths. To prevent this, researchers at Lehigh University have created a predictive model based on the migratory patterns of bats.
Researchers have put to bed an important question: is our genetic makeup responsible for an overabundance of abdominal fat, or is our diet the most significant factor?
Only 5-15% of the World Ocean’s floor has been mapped. This herculean effort is set to tackle our planet’s last frontier.
NYU researchers may have finally put to rest the mystery of how speech is processed in the brain.
There’s a chicken and egg thing going on here when it comes to having a mood disorder and discordant circadian rhythms.
The EIC is likely to deepen our understanding of the universe in ways we can’t fathom.
It’s ironic that although we’re more connected than ever before, we’re lonelier than ever, too.
The effect of this trend will be with us for decades to come, experts say.
A number of different things have to happen for a child to develop leukemia.
TMS might also help those with anxiety, PTSD, and traumatic brain injury.
It all boils down to the power law, also known as the 80:20 rule.
A lot of the powers found in the comics exist in real life. They’re just a bit different.
Shock treatment may be the best therapy for major depression. Unfortunately, the stigma against it is holding back the potentially beneficial treatment.
Specific self-driving car systems are now being developed for urban and rural settings.
In a sense, a proton acts very much like a star.
Northwestern scientists believe they may have a way of wiping out heart disease for good.