New map and video show that urbanization is not as modern a concept as you might think. When talking about Science and the City, I’m often asked about the earliest days of urbanization – when and where
But according to new data from the federal statistics bureau Statistics Finland, the small Nordic country saw its death rate eclipse its birth rate for the first time since 1940. While 52,645 children
A political fable from 1819. Rob Goodman is a former House and Senate speechwriter and the co-author of Rome’s Last Citizen. To the ever-expanding literature of How to Explain Trump, I’d like to add a
The world of agriculture technology, or agtech, is rapidly evolving from an industry entrenched in tradition to one that is fast embracing change. It’s automating laborious tasks and providing farmers
At the beginning of 2016, I left my job at a travel magazine to strike out on my own as a freelance travel writer. What I didn’t know at the time is where this leap of faith would take me. This year alone,
Solar expected to almost triple in less than three years by 2017 as coal continues to fall, solidifying gas as country’s chief electricity source, reports Climate Central Solar power capacity in the US
Researchers worldwide have come up with many innovative ways to make sense of gentrification – and perhaps even prevent its worst effects. Douglas Murphy crunches the numbers Gentrification is a word many
According to a countdown clock put together by researchers at Tohoku University, that's the date Japan's population will dwindle to one. For 25 years, the country has had falling fertility rates, coinciding
"The End of Black Harlem", as argued by Michael Henry Adams in The New York Times, is rapidly approaching. The trend is evident in the analysis of Census data from 2000 to 2010 by City University of New
Pre-make these snacks for a handy energy boost. 1 of 18 Chocolate Energy Bites These yummy treats from Cooking Classy combine almond butter, honey, and oats with chocolate for a decadent-tasting treat.
Kick your cold-cereal habit to the curb with these ultra-nutritious breakfast bowl alternatives A recent survey revealed that a whopping 93 percent of Americans are cold cereal consumers, which is okay—sort
Bernie Sanders would draw the most voters to Hillary Clinton in November, while Sarah Palin would have the opposite effect on Donald Trump on the Republican ticket — at least according to the results a
In Florida, homeowners have a propensity for landscaping. They take great pride in the green carpet of grass in front of their homes. But one Florida man is working on a project that's turning his neighbors'