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.
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No amount of post-consumer recycling can recoup the waste generated before consumers purchase their devices.
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The work of Bertrand Russell, philosopher, social critic, mathematician and anti-war crusader, are still relevant today. Here's why fans should take in the Russell collection at McMaster University.
We could find evidence of life on Europa within a couple of decades.
It can be unpleasant to be mistaken for someone of a different gender. When an algorithm does it secretly, it's even more concerning – especially for transgender and gender-nonconforming people.
The 19th-century British anatomist Richard Owen downplayed the role of colonial contributors and largely ignored the importance of Aboriginal testimony and knowledge in describing the marsupial lion.
Flashy interceptor systems attract media and government attention. But bomb shelters and warning systems are at least as important in the midst of missile strikes.
Humans are the only ape that sings, but we're also the only ape that sings poorly. It's a lot easier to whistle.
Are online trolls as bad as we think? New research reveals that most online news comments contribute positively to the conversation.
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Since Stanley Kubrick’s masterpiece debuted in 1968, fictional stories of faulty or malevolent AI are legion. What have recent advances taught us and what might the future hold?