He just needs to get it to them At first glance, the bright red shipping container that sits by the side of the road in a slum outside Johannesburg doesn’t look like something that could transform hundreds
At the Duck’s Nest preschool in Oakland, Calif., a fluffy blue robot asks a group of toddlers, “I want to be your friend. Will you please be my friend?” Robotics experts are testing this low-cost and robot,
Each year, writer Refe Tuma and his wife turn the month of November into Dinovember–thirty days of their children’s plastic dinosaur toys coming to life at night and doing as they please, or at least what
Depression harms more than just the mind: research has linked the ailment with a host of physical conditions, including type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. Now, fascinating new research suggests
It may seem like infants are tiny blobs of burps and poop -- but research is beginning to show how babies understand emotional states, from scary faces to threatening barks and sad music. Ross Flom, professor
The villages of Rjukan, Norway, and Viganella, Italy, are both situated in deep valleys where mountains block the sun's rays for up to six months every year. To illuminate those darker winter months, two
Americans still consume food dyes banned elsewhere–charted here as the cause of some serious health issues. They used to put cocaine in Coca Cola. Vegetables were once routinely covered in deadly DDT.