We focus on large, charismatic animals at the expense of these crucial 'lowly creatures'.
A way in for government would also allow hackers access.
There's never been greater need for the study of what we don't know, and why we're not supposed to know it.
Whether the ubiquity of fiction has devalued truth or enhanced morality has been in doubt for over 2,000 years.
A burst of gamma rays in a distant part of the universe reveals the birth of another black hole.
The UK's new £1 coin is touted as being the most-secure in the world. Its dodecagonal shape harks back to an old threepenny forebear.
Recent comments of Pope Francis suggest an openness to priestly marriage. A scholar shows how early church practices did not include mandatory celibacy for priests.
Astronomers are surprised by what they're finding out about galaxies that formed in the early days of our universe, now that sensitive telescopes allow direct observation, not the inference of old.
A new fossil study challenges 130 years of thinking about how dinosaurs evolved.
The Industrial Revolution choked English cities in smog, filled rivers with waste and spread disease in crowded cities. At the same time, fairy tales about humans destroying nature proliferated.
A strengthening movement of Indigenous designers and developers is working to show Indigenous cultures, teachings, languages and ways of knowing through video games.
Chuck Berry has died age 90, rightly remembered as the legend who shaped rock and roll. But his misdeeds can't be ignored in the rush to glorify an icon.
Children with difficulty singing can be labelled as 'nonmusical' by parents, teachers and pop culture. This toxic idea of 'talent' can deprive people of music's benefits for the rest of their lives.