Proprioception is the way the human body remains aware of itself, even in darkness. Learn more about this mysterious and fascinating function of the brain in this article.
Watch Sue Austin challenge what it means to use a wheelchair in her underwater adventure.
Read what youth climate activists such as Vanessa Nakate and Greta Thunberg had to say at the Youth4Climate summit.
Watch the video to learn more about the positive effects greenscapes have had in New York City.
Happy the elephant is in the middle of a monumental court case with far-reaching consequences.
A theoretical physicist challenges the widely-accepted linear representation of time.
See images of before, during, and after the storm.
From soap to kitty litter, here’s a list of everyday items made from recycled materials that might astonish you.
Can computers allow people to telepathically communicate? Read this short article and view the accompanying video to learn more about research into computer-assisted human telepathic communication.
In a world of antibacterial soaps and sterile environments, scientists have found that children exposed to diverse bacterial environments have better immune responses.
With the right incentive, pigs can be taught to play simple video games. Will this experiment pave the way for swine-filled gaming lobbies in your next online multiplayer experience?
People’s varying fears and fear responses mean that any methodology used to find “the scariest movie” is going to be flawed. Read on to learn more about the trials and errors made in scientists’ quest to find the scariest movie.
Read about what monsoons are, where they occur, and what you can do to stay safe during the season.
Read about the first Sherpa to conquer the historic climb.
Read about how dogs, human’s best friends, influenced human evolution and vice versa.
Don’t underestimate squirrels and ducks when it comes to intelligence. Click here to read more.
Measures to safeguard public health during the coronavirus pandemic might jeopardize hard-won environmental protections against waste from single-use plastics. Read this article to find out more.
Read about the controversy surrounding Matthew Henson’s claim as the first person to reach the North Pole.
Fly along NASA satellites, go backwards and forwards in time, and so much more using these climate change interactive features available from NASA.
In this article, Laura Wright Treadway, environmentalist and mom, talks about the importance of playing—and learning—outdoors.