If tourism is the lifeblood of the Peruvian economy, then Machu Picchu is the heart pumping that blood — in sickness and in health.
Yes, dark energy is real. Yes, distant galaxies recede faster and faster as time goes on. But the expansion rate isn't accelerating at all.
Concluding that Damar Hamlin's cardiac arrest was caused by the COVID vaccine requires accepting highly improbable leaps of logic.
Our society is in a mental health crisis. Are psychedelics the way out?
Fathers’ brains adjust their structure and function to parenthood.
A group of prominent scientists shares how research has changed them.
In an animal study, it blocked the drug from crossing into the brain.
People naturally judge fact from fiction in offline social settings, so why is it so hard online?
By exposing people to small doses of misinformation and encouraging them to develop resistance strategies, "prebunking" can fight fake news.
Balancing realism and optimism in a dire situation is a key to success.
Before we discovered gravitational waves, multi-messenger astronomy got its start with light and particles arriving from the same event.
Successful forgers are remembered as great conmen, not artists. This is strange, considering their forgeries fooled even the most seasoned critics.
Summit Public Schools take a radically different approach to education. And it's working.
"Spanish Stonehenge" contains 526 giant stones, three circular burial sites, a quarry, and four necropolises.
The antibodies elicited by the "S2 vaccine" not only neutralize COVID's multiple strains but also coronaviruses that cause the common cold.
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When you imitate the speech of others, there’s a thin line between whether it’s a social asset or faux pas.
Virtual instructor-led training is easily scalable and convenient for remote learners. Here's how to orchestrate it effectively.
The way to understand the earliest moments of creation is to recreate those conditions and study them. Why would we stop now?
A successful trial that tested a vaccine against bladder cancer in dogs could help develop a similar one for humans.
For 40 years, scientists thought a specific gene was linked to aggression in hamsters. Removing it, however, had violent consequences.