Fifty years of research on children's toy preferences shows that kids generally prefer toys oriented toward their own gender.
New research sheds light on the indoctrination process of radical extremist groups.
The Field Medal was created to elevate promising mathematicians from underrepresented demographics. But has it followed through on that goal?
For some philosophers, hope is a second-rate way of relating to reality.
If more people decide to apply pressure through their choices, slowly but surely we would reach climate change herd immunity.
One bill hopes to repeal the crime of selling sex and expand social services; the other would legalize the entire sex trade.
The platform experiments with letting users decide what content needs flagging.
'Critical Tourist Map of Oslo' offers uniquely dark perspective on Norway's capital.
Anastasia lives alone in perfect harmony with nature – or so the story goes – and nature serves her devotedly.
Perhaps downhill and cross-country skiers don't face the fate of potters, typesetters and saddlers, but their situation is certainly unclear.
A new study shows how poor children are negatively impacted neurologically.
What would happen if you tripled the US population? Matthew Yglesias and moderator Charles Duhigg explore the idea on Big Think Live.
The survey, performed by Morning Consult and commissioned by Amazon, found a majority of those job seekers want to move into new industries to stay relevant.
Less than 1% of all venture capital funding in the US is given to Black entrepreneurs. Now is the time for that to change.
Mexico City, already progressive, takes more steps to protect its LGBT+ citizens.
The Silicon Valley titan has promised scholarships for its tech-focused certificate courses alongside $10 million in job training grants.
Despite fact check campaigns, anti-vaccination influence is growing.
The word "learning" opens up space for more people, places, and ideas.
Seldom are these conversations actually anti-racist.