GMO crops have been rejected in many countries where food shortages are dire. Now, a scientist at the University of Connecticut has figured out how to create better crops with DNA editing.
We now have the capacity to quickly and cheaply sequence an individual's genome and scour it for disease-causing genes. But how much, and what type, of information does a parent-to-be want to know?
The large human brain has been thought to result from social demands. But new research challenges this idea.
Popular concerns about technology use and alleged addiction don't hold up to scholarly scrutiny.
Many people feel conflicted about the use of animals in scientific research. But what is actually involved?
The data you create when using the internet can actually be used to discriminate against you.
Toronto’s Quayside smart city project needs a new, truly consultative process. An innovative method used by Brazil to develop its landmark Internet Bill of Rights may be the answer.
With a little bit of knowledge and a few pieces of equipment you too can look at the night sky and see it as a cosmologist does.
A young Han Solo gets to duck from those dodgy blaster shots that mostly miss their mark in any Star Wars movie. How does that happen and what of the rest of the science in Solo: A Star Wars Story?
In this Speed Read, learn the difference between 3G, 4G and 5G, and why it matters.
Where you come down on the latest internet hullabaloo depends on how your brain fills in gaps in the sounds you hear.