If you run into violinist Joshua Bell at a cocktail party, don’t tell him you find classical music ‘relaxing.’ “Beethoven’s symphonies are not relaxing,” says Bell, who at 45 is […]
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Wordle activates both the language and logic parts of our brain and give us a nice boost of dopamine, whether we win or lose.
By building a learning culture, L&D leaders can equip their organizations to adapt to a business world that is transforming before our eyes.
A new “common-sense” approach to computer vision enables artificial intelligence that interprets scenes more accurately than other systems do.
Although equal parts Hollywood blockbuster and Putinist propaganda, "Trotsky" still manages to capture the good, the bad, and the ugly of Russia’s revolutionary past.
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Singapore has approved the sale of a lab-grown meat product in an effort to secure its food supplies against disease and climate change.
Higher education faces challenges that are unlike any other industry. What path will ASU, and universities like ASU, take in a post-COVID world?
An information war is being waged.
Human-challenge trials are not without risk, but they could speed up the process.
Scientists envision a new type of organism ready to assist humans.
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Creating more neural circuits through visual landmarking not only benefits your spatial orientation, it could keep Alzheimer's disease at bay.
Writer and director Judd Apatow, one of several high-profile artists that threatened to drop out of the festival, said he wouldn’t participate in an event that “normalizes hate.”
Humanitarian aid increases human welfare on a global scale, but it can also be one of the greatest ways of spreading influence and diplomatic power.
A new study performed at MIT suggests that children remain very skilled at learning the grammar of a new language much longer than expected.
By using the DoNotPay chatbot, you may be able to quickly file a small-claims case against Equifax for up to $25,000.
While it’s fresh in everyone’s mind, this is the best time to turn awareness into action. “Hurricane Katrina overwhelmed levees and exploded the conventional wisdom about a shared American prosperity, exposing […]
The most make-or-break aspect of job automation? How policy makers handle your transition into a new career.
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They plan to record personality, memory, and body function information, and recreate it.
America's most popular conspiracy theories and the science behind them.
In comedy there is always the temptation to go for the easy jokes – but now, more than ever, comedians have to challenge themselves.
The brain seems to be orderly arranged in ever complex and elegant ways, unique to each individual.
Novelist Joshua Cohen doesn't think colleges and universities should coddle students, but protect free speech and free expression of language, even the harmful language of some literature.
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Fish, plants, rocks, and some ornaments? Amateur hour is over; take a look at the results from the International Aquatic Plants Layout Contest! “Life is life’s greatest gift. Guard the […]