Until a year and a half ago, Samuel Veissiere's smartphone was the last thing he saw before he fell asleep and the first thing that greeted him when he woke up. During the day, the device bombarded him
The most buzzed-about science findings of 2018 include advice on dieting, drinking, and saving the planet. Here are the 10.
Scientific discovery can be a quiet enterprise. A lot of scientific research happens in windowless laboratories, behind glowing computer screens, and out in remote fields and forests. But when scientists
A few months ago, a former client — let’s call her Kacie— called me to check in. I had supported her through her transition when she had joined a prestigious global financial services firm several months
Toyota introduced T-HR3 to the world right around this time last year. The humanoid robot is capable of mimicking the motions of a plugged-in human, à la “Pacific Rim” and countless other sci-fi franchises.
EAST MEON, England (AP) — Faced with seesawing commodity prices and the pressure to be more efficient and environmentally friendly, farmer Jamie Butler is trying out a new worker on his 450-acre farm England's
The end of one year, and the beginning of a new one, is a good time to take stock, but not an easy time to do so. Diaries get packed with social engagements, deadlines, and travel. In the northern hemisphere,
The key is to attract, not try to overpower In 1847, a young doctor named Ignaz Semmelweis had a major breakthrough. Working in a maternity ward, he had discovered that a regime of hand washing could lower
Is it progress for women if men are increasingly encouraged to hate themselves too? Consumer research from Mintel found that 42% of younger men (16-24) now remove their underarm hair (a rise of 26% from