More work is needed before declaring the technique a fountain of youth.
Hinduism emphasizes the journey, whichever path that takes. And it holds us responsible for our own self-improvement.
An unexpected ancient manufacturing strategy may hold the key to designing concrete that lasts for millennia.
Quantum superposition challenges our notions of what is real.
The benefits of employee training are felt far and wide, from improvements in workers' wellbeing to better customer interactions.
You don’t have to “feel the burn” to see improvements to your health and well-being.
Red dwarf stars were supposed to be inhospitable. But TOI-700, now with at least two potentially habitable worlds, is quite the exception.
If tourism is the lifeblood of the Peruvian economy, then Machu Picchu is the heart pumping that blood — in sickness and in health.
The “money taboo” is not a single taboo, but rather an amalgamation of several smaller taboos tied to gender and socioeconomic class.
When maps meet stamps, you get a love child called "cartophilately."
Chronotherapeutic drug delivery aims to maximize treatment effectiveness and minimize side effects.
When you can't enter flow, you can still lean on your internal rhythm.
The difference between predictions and observations of the magnetic properties of muons suggests a mystery for the Standard Model.
JWST has seen more distant galaxies than any other observatory, ever. But many candidates for "most distant of all" are likely impostors.
If comedies do get made today, they usually bypass the big screen and go straight to streaming platforms.
Why would the Earth suddenly start vomiting forth huge quantities of mud?
Over time, different structures in the brain come to play unique roles in the storage and retrieval of long-term memories.
Solving difficult visual puzzles seems to help the brain "rewire" itself by forming new neural pathways.
Wealth concentration among elites was common in ancient nations, but the scale on which it took place in Egypt’s 18th Dynasty was unprecedented.
Without Étienne-Joseph-Théophile Thoré, the genius of the Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer would have been lost to time.
Most of us have heard that the Sun is an ordinary, typical, unremarkable star. But science shows we're actually anything but average.
The automated McDonald's has a staff comparable to other stores. But the crew members are all focused on making and packaging orders instead of delivering them.
Chickenpox and shingles virus lying dormant in your neurons can reactivate and increase your risk of stroke
People with shingles have an approximately 80% higher risk of stroke than those without the disease.
The "subarachnoidal lymphatic-like membrane" helps shield and protect the brain.
The authors call it "wildly theoretical" — but let's take a look, anyway.
The new documentary “Make People Better” leans toward a different narrative about gene-editing than we've heard before.
"Jumping genes" exist in various forms, including as remnants of ancient retroviruses, and make up about 45% of the human genome.
When boredom creeps in, many of us turn to social media. But that may be preventing us from reaching a transformative level of boredom.
Though a single measurement is not enough to definitively decide the debate, this is a major win for dark matter proponents.