The temperature of a Siberian town has science reaching for superlatives, with the United Nations considering a brand new category in order to measure it.
Scientists have discovered not just the physical location of anxiety in the brain, but they’re engineering ways to treat it at the source.
As it turns out, parents who allow devices in the household actually see an increase in the time the family spends together. There is a slight caveat, however.
If you’ve welcomed social distancing into your life, researchers from Zurich have a rather long cord and a question for you.
In a rather bold move, scientists in the arctic circle are looking to bring back a species that we pushed to extinction: the woolly mammoth.
We needed this push for change decades ago, on a global scale. Now, the results will tear us, and science, down.
It has long been disputed, but it seems animals do possess the ability to create memories, and that discovery could aid in the fight against Alzheimer’s.
The internet is awash with articles that extol amazing advances in science and medicine. However, proving if they’re legit is quite easy.
Here’s the thing: science is often used for good … until it isn’t. Consider the following an incomplete example of us using our brains for ill.
Learn from the authors of Corked: Tales of Advantage in Competitive Sports, Brian J. Love and Michael L. Burns, why so many home runs are being hit in the majors lately.