Big Data, the Digital Economy and the Cell Phone Case

Big data affects our day to day life much more than you’d think.

The Importance of Ridding Your Body of Harmful Substances and Dependencies

Simple habits can go a long way — both up and down.

What Will Earth’s Climate Look Like by 2050?

Spoiler alert: it won’t be nice.

Quantum technology of spinning black holes

Are black holes trying to tell us something?

The Past and Future of Mars with and without Human Intervention

An overview of humanity’s fascination with the Red Planet.

Opinion: It’s Time to Stop the ‘Is Climate Change Real?’ Debate

The climate change debate is moot.

Why some people love animals while others couldn’t care less

A science-based look at pet-keeping.

Vikings were not the pure-bred master race white supremacists like to believe

As it so often happens, white supremacists are way off the mark.

Kenya and Uganda tap insects to make protein rich, low cost fish and poultry feeds

The two African countries are researching cheaper ways to feed fish and poultry.

Why Was Texas so Susceptible to Hurricane Harvey and How Does Climate Change Contribute?

The connection to climate change is more intricate than you’d think.

New Technology Could Keep Bees Buzzing for Years to Come

It’s high time we do something to protect them.

How technology is revolutionizing medicine

Medicine accelerating fast thanks to new tech like bionic eyes or implants that enable paraplegics to walks again.

Your family history might say a lot about your health history

Your family history might tell a lot about your own health.

How to beat anxiety — according to science

Are you particularly critical of yourself and the blunders you make? Here’s to get over it.

Experience The Various Stages Of The Great American Solar Eclipse

It’s almost here!

New technologies and gadgets can help the mobility-impaired

Thankfully, science and technology have done a lot to alleviate the difficulties associated with these conditions.

Why Banning Styrofoam Will Improve the Environment

Styrofoam needs to go!

What is Mitochondrial DNA and Mitochondrial Inheritance

Mitochondrial DNA is inherited only from the mother, and there’s a lot we can learn starting from this basic fact.

Why it’s important to wind down before you go to bed

If you’re having trouble sleeping at night, read on.

Ancient artifacts and one of the earliest cave paintings in the world found in Indonesia

A cave dig in Indonesia has unearthed a unique collection of prehistoric ornaments and artworks that date back in some instances to at least 30,000 years ago.