We asked 11 climate scientists where they'd live in the US to avoid future natural disasters — here’s what they said
A recent UN report found that global temperatures could rise to catastrophic levels by 2040, resulting in extreme droughts, heatwaves, sea levels, and even mass extinctions. The damage of these events
By Joel Achenbach Joel Achenbach Reporter covering science and politics Email Bio To minimize health risks, the optimal amount of alcohol someone should consume is none. That’s the simple, surprising of
As technology transforms our economy, one trend is getting more and more attention: the prospect that it will increasingly automate the work that we human beings do. And it’s not just low skilled, manual
Microsoft yesterday announced the release of Quantum Katas, a self-paced programming project that teaches developers how to write code for quantum computers. Quantum Katas, as the name implies, are coding
The prospect of the Gulf Stream slowing down and even stopping altogether has worried many experts in recent years. Some believed that this would cause a rapid cooling around the world with resulting chaos.
In our everyday lives, things seem to happen in a particular order. Things that happen to us seem to be triggered by earlier events. The upset stomach we have in the evening is caused by that third taco
With the ascent of Chromebooks and G-suite, Google became a leader in American classrooms in the last few years. With a little fanfare, Google announced this month that it was launching a learning microsite,