Interpreting fossils that aren’t there comes with its own peculiar challenges, but the gaps that haunt the record also tell a story.
It’s related to something called information avoidance.
The problem with implicit bias tests.
Scientists are close to finding out how to create eggs and sperm in a Petri dish.
The judge did not go easy on her.
Penn State is launching a campaign to help students cope with the stress, anxiety and distress they feel as Trump's presidency nears.
A pair of academic researchers found that the more people used their phones the less they trusted strangers.
National Geographic is now trying its hand at gender theory.
Have we been misguided in our attempts toward gender neutrality?
There are some things that evolutionary biology can’t answer.
Technology has advanced exponentially since the Industrial Revolution 200 years ago. But why?
The film, which is slated to hit theaters in October, will probe a timeless and timely question: What does it mean to be human?
While giving women a platform to conduct sex work, webcamming also generates sizeable corporate profits.
Confirmation Bias (noun): the tendency to interpret new evidence as confirmation of one's existing beliefs or theories.
His belief in the unity of the cosmos had far-reaching implications for understanding humanity.
Ten years ago, no one would have believed it. But today 1.6 billion people are empowered to realize their own unique identities in this space
Torture can be defined in many ways but it is always intentional and concerns inflicting psychological or physical pain to gain information.
Research shows that 83 percent of five-year-olds think that Santa Claus is real. Why?
Unless you like brain parasites that cause subtle sex-specific changes in your personality.
A pair of Harvard researchers found that humans spend nearly half their time thinking about something other than what they’re doing.
A decades-long trend of rising life expectancy in the U.S. could be ending.
Has the first negative side effect to cannabis finally been found?
Tis the season of love, merriment, and ... binge drinking.
As Heraclitus said, “A man’s character is his fate.” So what makes character?
The newest relationship buster: a pair of researchers found that excessive smartphone usage ranks right up there with bad sex and money problems.
In a letter to his 11-year-old son, Einstein explained ‘the way to learn the most.’
Friends and students described the now-dead Ohio State student as bright, humble, and nice. So what went wrong?
Gay men and other men who have sex with men are the only risk group in the U.S. to be experiencing an increase in HIV infections.