Some of these trends may be due, in part, to the lockdown.
A new study from Iceland confirms that a shorter workweek improves productivity.
Two-thirds of romances start out as friendships.
Technology usually has more pros than cons, but every benefit still carries some risk.
In some countries, people want more freedom of speech. In others, they feel that there is too much.
UAE is the world's most expensive country to start a business, but it's free in Rwanda.
A new study mapped areas of the U.S. that are most likely to suffer natural disasters.
The pilot project is in 10 stores and is 85% accurate.
The Kazungula Bridge connects Zambia and Botswana, barely missing Namibia and Zimbabwe.
A brief passage from a recent UN report describes what could be the first-known case of an autonomous weapon, powered by artificial intelligence, killing in the battlefield.
A year of disruptions to work has contributed to mass burnout.
A cartogram makes it easy to compare regional and national GDPs at a glance.
According to this research, eight percent of Americans always refuse vaccines. Why?
The number of PhDs has been exceeding the available academic positions since as early as the mid-1990s.
Thomas Baldwin's Airopaidia (1786) includes the earliest sketches of the earth from a balloon.
Too few babies — not overpopulation — is likely to be a major problem this century.
ExtendNY stretches the Big Apple's gridiron all across the globe – with some bizarre effects
As droughts threaten water supplies across the planet, some municipalities aim to utilize an untapped resource: sewage water.
Many workers moved home on the promise or hope that they'd be able to keep working remotely at least some of the time after the pandemic ended.
Virtual tourism has thus far been a futuristic dream, but a world shaped by Covid-19 may be ready to accept it.
We have pipelines for oil and natural gas. Why not water?