Healthy body temps are surprisingly lower
Where humans migrate, mammals become smaller
Even with social media, we max out at 150 real relationships
Researchers have data. Corporate executives have innovations. Mayors have real problems to solve. Yet these people do not necessarily understand how they can help one another make cities healthier and more productive. Enthusiasts from all three groups met at Springer Nature’s Science and the Sustainable City Summit held July 11 in Singapore to figure out how, together, they can create long-term livability and viability.
Urban leaders must work with researchers to solve real human problems
A distinct set of genes may underlie several psychiatric conditions
Can humans live well without pillaging the planet?
Experts show how 22 recent hurricanes would be different if they formed near the end of this century
Analysis of Hurricane Harvey, which drowned Houston, confirms predictions that the storms are likely to get bigger, be more intense and last longer
U.S. life span is rising disproportionately
Lizards, snakes and turtles are concentrated in largely unprotected areas
More data are supporting a once-controversial theory that the warming Arctic is making winter weather more extreme
The hills of southern California, stripped bare by massive wildfires, could liquefy under relentless rains
Why frigid air, normally bottled up at the North Pole, sometimes pours down as far south as Florida
Baba Brinkman makes climate rap hot
Studying the acute sense of smell may provide some answers
School immunization laws are working
Men and women of all ages are dying from heroin and fentanyl overdoses
What do most women and men die of?