Researchers say the country’s decision to leave the EU will reverse decades of academic gains.
In times of uncertainty, search engines become oracles.
New research finds some dengue fever antibodies can help neutralize Zika—but they can also make Zika infections worse.
You still can, and thousands of people do it every day.
What if the future of the social web begins in the office?
Get ready for home appliances that track your movements and know what you want before you do.
Multispectral scanning reveals ancient text on the fabled Antikythera Mechanism, and suggests the machine was a mechanical textbook.
What specific action can citizens take to reduce gun violence in the United States?
New guidelines from the World Health Organization say drinking coffee may prevent cancer, and represent the latest in a long debate over the harms and benefits of a beloved beverage.
Not as much as journalism needs Facebook
How typeface designers made room in The New York Times for the general-turned-president’s long last name.
If the company’s not ready for snow, it should head to a sunny place where traffic problems and road safety are particularly bad.
The beloved teen drama featured cutting-edge tech when it premiered, including clunky mobile phones, Walkmans, and a 16-pound laptop.
The outrage over Brock Turner’s sentencing is intense, but the nation’s attention span won’t last long.
The uproar over Brock Turner’s six-month sentence has put sexual violence at the center of a national conversation.
Today I wrote about how scientists figured out that the blade of one of the daggers buried with King Tut…
It’s not the actual dagger.
For now, machine journalists should probably stick to box scores and basic weather reports.
Why infinite libraries are treated skeptically in the annals of science fiction and fantasy
Figuring out how many SIDS cases are misclassified may be the key to preventing it.