Most of us spend hours each day glued to some type of screen for work or play. But is that a bad thing? Has anyone got the data to figure it out? Now is the time for 'The Human Screenome Project.'
Newly discovered extinct ape Danuvius has some human-like features, but that doesn't mean it could walk like us.
We found about 300 suspicious Twitter accounts, which we suspect included a high proportion of bots and trolls pushing the #ArsonEmergency narrative.
The humanities can supply wisdom to guide our galloping technological progress.
We have more neurons in our cortices than any other species, courtesy of an early technology – and along with them came our long, slow lives, with plenty of chances to gather around the dinner table.
An animal's poop may seem like something to avoid, but it's full of information about the creature that left it there.
Little bits of Jupiter's Great Red Spot seem to be flaking off. Is it a sign of the demise of this enigmatic red cloud, or just a consequence of atmospheric chaos we can't see from above?
A study has suggested that the universe is curved like a sphere rather than flat, which may unleash a major crisis in cosmology.
The likes of Alexa and Siri shouldn't blindly aim to sound and behave like us - their voices need to reflect what they can actually do.
Animals that pause their pregnancies could help us learn valuable lesson about human pregnancy, and even unlock secrets to stem cells and cancer.
Algorithms can amplify toxic content, but the problems start in human communities.
Scientists have worked out a new way to scan beneath the ground for footprints – and it's revealing traces of an ancient world.