Whatever approach you take to managing your feeds, remain cautious and sceptical.
Ghosts can be spooky fun, but there’s no evidence they exist.
Through a blend of perseverance, technology, and a touch of serendipity, it was possible to solve a decades-old mystery.
Archaeologists have discovered two 7,000-year-old tiger shark teeth that were once part of ritual or fighting blades on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi.
Ample research demonstrates the harms Instagram causes teen girls, especially around body image. Meta is now facing the consequences of knowingly marketing a harmful service.
Beyond ordinary consumption, new research finds uses for kola nut in areas like agriculture and health.
Accurate and fair information is critical in times of conflict such as the ongoing Israel-Gaza War. What is the role of digital activism in this context, and how does it shape real-world events?
There’s been a long-standing debate over whether dingoes started out wild or domesticated. One thing is clear – they had a close relationship with First Peoples.
Up to 50% of US teens feel they are addicted to their devices. But help is out there.
Archaeological data alone can’t always help to answer researchers’ questions: multiple lines of evidence are needed.
The exhibit offers a close look at the problematic history of palaeoanthropology.
Ancient texts are still teaching us new things about the prevalence of wildlife.
A marine sponge from Mauritius has shown potential as the source of compounds that kill liver cancer cells.