Why does Seattle continue to be a place that nurtures the development of breakthrough technologies but not Minneapolis, Memphis, or Minsk?
In 2022, the probe will crash into an asteroid while a nearby satellite captures it on camera.
The modern antiracist movement is harming the very people it claims to help, according to the linguist John McWhorter.
In his new book, "The Wires of War: Technology and the Global Struggle for Power," Jacob Helberg outlines the brewing cyberwar between Western democracies and autocracies like China and Russia.
The “great resignation” is a trend that began before the pandemic – and bosses need to get used to it
Employees are quitting at record rates – a trend that shows no signs of stopping.
The belief that lying is rampant in the digital age just doesn’t match the data.
The two-year pilot program will be a test of harm reduction strategies.
It’s about 7.6 million times faster than what you probably have at home.
Daylight saving time was first implemented during the first world war to take advantage of longer daylight hours and save energy. While this made a difference when we heavily relied on coal […]
The creator of the index called it a public utility for accessing the “vast ocean” of human knowledge.
A marketing professional decided to think creatively and create a resume-bot. It helped him land 14 interviews and 11 job offers.
In his new book, "Forward: Notes on the Future of Our Democracy," former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang explores how media narratives can warp public perception of political candidates.
In an excerpt from her recent book, the behavior geneticist Kathryn Paige Harden carefully explores a topic that's often considered taboo: how genetics affect life outcomes.
Almost 10% of all new jobs created between 2020 and 2030 will unfortunately be some of the lowest paid.
Solving the supply chain crisis before the global economy tanks is going to require many creative approaches. Flexport’s Ryan Petersen has one that just might work.
William Shatner is going to space because Jeff Bezos loves Star Trek.
Start fighting back against planned obsolescence.
There has been a 600% increase in European gas prices so far in 2021.
After the 2011 Fukushima disaster, it was Germany, not Japan, that cracked down most severely on nuclear power plants.
The prize went to three researchers who revolutionized the social sciences by taking advantage of natural experiments.
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More than pay or advancement, people are seeking a better fit between their own and corporate values.
Both journalists have put themselves in danger to shed light on corruption and abuses of power in their home countries.
People appear to have no qualms about sharing their locations, struggles, and relationships online.