The idea of a perfect office temperature is something of a red herring. Ultimately, people just want to have a level of control over their environments
Future space probes traveling at relativistic velocities would offer a unique vantage point for studying the universe
Many of us live in areas at risk, particularly along the coasts
In its quest for scientific achievement, China’s research and development spending has grown rapidly over the past two decades, making it second only to the United States...
Google, Facebook, Twitter and Microsoft formed the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism last year to prevent terrorists from exploiting their services
A scientist explains what makes some years worse than others
Is there something in our neural circuits that leads us to find comfort in those like us and unease with those who may differ?
Researchers have developed tools to study the cognitive, societal and algorithmic biases that help fake news spread
35 years after making history as the first American woman in space, the late astronaut’s story is still inspiring young women to embrace science and engineering
The GDPR may offer a way forward that allows consumers to reclaim control of their information...
Researchers say they have linked such exposures with downstream effects
The task of detecting abusive posts and comments on social media is not entirely technological
As a common and apolitical language, science brings allies and adversaries together with technology and innovation to address cross-border challenges
Medical professionals say the causes, predictors are too complex
Next-generation transportation systems are relatively easy to trick
In spite of their ecological, economic and cultural significance, predators are among the most heavily persecuted animals, due to conflict with humans and their assets
The Jurassic Park franchise has sparked an interest in dinosaur DNA, but the movies are just fiction
Boston Dynamic’s cute and uncannily realistic canine-bot is just one of many robots that are inspired by the natural world
People need to understand the technology’s limitations to avoid misinterpreting what they see
Scientists work to understand vulnerability to global warming at the level of animals’ DNA