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When Olympic athletes perform dazzling feats of athletic prowess, they are using the same principles of physics that gave birth to stars and planets.
In ancient Greece, the Olympics were never solely about the athletes themselves.
Who needs steroids when you have the placebo effect?
A new study used functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) to measure brain activity as inexperienced and experienced soccer players took penalty kicks.
At the press of a button, the Viatek Body Dryer blasts temperature-controlled air to dry off your body.
Light-emitting tattoos could indicate dehydration in athletes or health conditions in hospital patients.
Contrary to what some might think, the brain is a very plastic organ.
Perhaps downhill and cross-country skiers don't face the fate of potters, typesetters and saddlers, but their situation is certainly unclear.
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Tyson dives into the search for alien life, dark matter, and the physics of football.
No matter how arbitrary the distinction, human beings take affiliation very seriously.
The results could have important implications for the business world.
In David Epstein's 'Range', dabblers and dillettantes are ascendant.
It's far earlier than most teams currently do.
There are places in our solar system where you can fly.
The fierce debate over participation trophies ignores a crucial fact: Children aren't idiots.