The ability to persuade others is a valuable skill. It can translate into making a huge sale, convincing people to follow your leadership, getting a raise, or countless other successes in the business
Antarctic sea ice had barely changed from where it was 100 years ago, scientists have discovered, after poring over the logbooks of great polar explorers such as Robert Falcon Scott and Ernest Shackleton.
The door is bright red, perched at the top of a mossy stone staircase in the middle of a floating island. When I approach, a mysterious tune begins emanating from it, as if playing from the other side.
Apps like Uber, Deliveroo, and Airbnb have, from a user's point of view, changed the way we travel, eat, and sleep. But they are also changing the way people work. For the estimated 5 million UK workers
I took a $30 test that told me if I had 'superhero' genes — and it was by far the most fun test I've taken
I've done ones that told me where my ancestors came from, ones that tried to advise me how to eat and exercise, and of course, 23andMe's test. But until now, I hadn't come across one that would tell me
DeepMind is now capable of teaching itself based on information it already possesses. In a significant step forward for artificial intelligence, Alphabet’s hybrid system — called a Differential Neural
Did you happen to look up at the night sky in late October? If you did, you were lucky enough to catch the hunter's supermoon, a full moon that illuminated the night sky and left sky gazers astonished.
Robert Langer’s trailblazing research in nanotechnology, which ranges from haircare to cancer treatments, has already improved the lives of at least 2 billion people Robert Langer seems incredibly well
Image source: Getty Images. Much progress has been made in the last 100 years, but that didn't stop MIT Technology Review from calling a new gene-editing technology "The Biggest Biotech Discovery of the