We walk a line between the anarchy of choice and Disney-fication, says the author of Neuromancer
Researchers may have found the remains of King Alfred the Great in museum storage
Our species is transforming itself and the world. How will it work out?
A brief look at some good ideas (and some not so good) from the Scientific American Archives of 150 years ago
We now have the ability to screen for thousands of genetic diseases in newborns. That may not always be the healthy thing to do
Our third annual salute to the people and institutions brightening our future recognizes accomplishments in stem cells, nanocomputers, mini fuel cells and more
Scientific American took to the streets to ask people what they most want to know about the future. Find the video, plus interactive maps and more predicitons from experts, at ScientificAmerican.com/report/future-of-humanity...
Arab women are studying math at rates higher than in the US, but they lag when it comes to building careers in these fields. What can be done to bridge the gap?
Everything you always wanted to know about raising science-literate kids
Live from the 2014 World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland
At Arab Innovation Academy, organized by Qatar Science & Technology Park and the European Innovation Academy, entrepreneurs from around the globe work to turn ideas into businesses in just 10 days...
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The Web is critical not merely to the digital revolution but to our continued prosperity—and even our liberty. Like democracy itself, it needs defending