The search for true love is always complicated. Find out how one NASA engineer attempted to crack the code.
A slave ship’s logbook was recently found and sent to Georgetown University for preservation. Its record of enslaved lives lost during the ship’s voyage is both tragic and telling.
While COVID-19 continues to challenge us physically and emotionally, online chess is here to challenge us mentally. With limitations on what we can do in-person, more and more people are flocking to join the online chess community.
Explore Mount Everest like a pro climber. See everything from the base camp to the summit thanks to innovative 360° camera equipment.
|Dogs can already sniff out various diseases and infections, and researchers think that this skill can successfully aid in the early diagnosis of COVID-19.|
Nature is important to humans in some very practical ways. Read about some of the technological advances the animal world has given us.
To track the development of Black Lives Matter protests in 2020, researchers analyzed social media use.
|Looking for ways to pass the time while traditional volunteer opportunities may not be available? Read about micro-volunteering opportunities that you can do straight from your smartphone or computer.|
The pandemic has forced us to view our everyday lives in a new light, including our access to an internet connection. With virtual learning becoming a necessity rather than a luxury, should internet access be a basic human right?
Watch: What if we could harness the power generated by waves to restore eroding shorelines? Designer Skylar Tibbits and his team are testing the theory.
Two 6th graders from Florida won their school $100,000 by developing a piece of technology that will help prevent flash floods.
Video games have mostly featured male characters, but women are increasingly playing video games as well. Learn how the video game industry is changing to be more inclusive of female gamers.
On March 26, 2012, James Cameron made a solo 6.83-mile journey to the Challenger Deep, the deepest known point in the ocean. Cameron completed the dangerous trek in a single-seat submersible named the DEEPSEA CHALLENGER. What risks did Cameron encounter on his journey, and what did he hope to discover? Learn more about the mission at this official site.
In this article, author and anthropologist Helene Mialet analyzes the relationship between humans and machines as it existed for scientist Stephen Hawking.
In today’s media-saturated political climate, it’s hard to imagine a world in which in news about government policies, court cases, and elected officials was relegated to print news sources. Read this article to learn about some of the ways in which television has impacted American politics.
What happens to the stuff you no longer need? In this interview, author Edward Humes describes the huge amount of trash created in the United States and explains where it goes when we throw it away.
Follow the Mars Curiosity Rover mission in real-time by checking the updates and images on this site.
Robot designers are taking inspiration from the lowly cockroach to develop a tiny tool for saving lives in a disaster.
Most people have seen or ridden a roller-coaster, and either fear riding one or like the ride. So you think you know how a roller coaster works? Compare what you know with what this article tells you.
The idea of nature rebounding from humanity while people are staying home is inspiring. But it isn’t necessarily true.