We humans are capable of vocalising many different words in a range of languages. But what is it that gives us a remakable and variable voice?
What gets in the way of a productive conversation about risk communication? Being a normal human, that's what.
It's a British icon that is loved by many but used by very, very few – it's time for an upgrade.
We seem prepared to share our opinions on almost any subject today thanks to social media and other mass communication. But who is really listening?
After such a difficult political experience, empathy is the key not only to feeling connected, but feeling understood – and understanding others.
The Micius satellite will encrypt data using fundamental laws of physics rather than crackable codes.
Flying is known to be the safest mode of transport, but many accidents could be avoided with better communication.
Laying the first telegraphy cable under the Atlantic was the Victorians' version of the Apollo mission – it caught the imagination of a generation.
There is a way to improve safety across a rapidly evolving range of advanced mobility technologies and vehicles. The answer is connectivity.
Relationship education programs are meant to strengthen low-income couples, with the idea children would benefit. But focusing on communication skills overlooks what really matters to these Americans.
The solution to emergency communications: redundancy, redundancy, redundancy.
If you care for or know someone with dementia, they've probably asked you “what are we doing today?” “who are you?” or “when are we going home?”
Could their affinity for a certain type of television drama help explain why they're drawn to his rhetoric?
Social media is a great way to spread science information, fast. But the online echo chamber isn't always good at separating what's valid from what's not, and being prolific doesn't make you right.
The Senate has just reached an agreement for a national system to label foods with genetically modified ingredients. What do consumers actually want from GM food labeling?
What happens when the face is no longer the primary means of expression?
Not everyone can weave a gripping tale. But for one gender, it matters more than the other.
While cats – with their steely demeanor – have a reputation of being hard to read, humans seem intent on figuring out what they're thinking and feeling.
Human communication is complex, rich in nuances and frequently includes non-verbal signs. That's a challenge if you want an intelligent machine to be part of the conversation.
Our heads are like radio receivers, and they can tune in to various different channels.