If you drive an electric car, you're probably all too familiar with range anxiety -- the fear that you'll travel too far and find yourself stranded by the side of the road. Tesla drivers may not have worry
Brain scans offer new dimension to the so-called “achievement gap” Richer pupils achieve higher academic grades because their brains are different, according to research. Past research has shown pupils
The deep frying process isn't just useful for livening up your food -- it might also be the ticket to better batteries in your mobile devices. South Korean researchers have created highly conductive, electrode
The importance of talking with a doctor about values and priorities in life—at any age At 30 years old, a person's brain weighs about three pounds. In its capaciousness it wears the skull like a well-tailored
After introducing the idea of creating a satellite-based internet back in November, Elon Musk went into further detail last week on his $10 billion plan to build out a network over the next five years.
How the invisible hand of the clock powered the Industrial Revolution and sparked the Information Age. While we appreciate it in the abstract, few of us pause to grasp the miracles of modern life, from
An important non-revolution for self-driving cars "We’ve been able to accelerate autopilot and bring it to market faster than originally anticipated," Elon Musk said to a gathered throng at Hawthorne last
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Every so often, we get the chance to reshoot one of our favorite recipes from the Food52 archives. Today: A cake to launch a thousand ships. This post is brought to you by our friends at Noritake. Noritake’s
For his entire life, Elon Musk has bent people to his insatiable will. Most recently, he's co-opted NASA. And now we'll see whether he's a) the visionary who forces americans to become explorers again,
Ever felt like you’re a slave to your inbox? Just when you think you’ve got everything under control, a slew of new messages just come flooding in, leaving you feeling helpless, disorganized, and frustrated.
Some insurance companies are sending cancellation notices or other "misleading" letters to customers in an attempt to push them into pricier alternatives, according to new reports. Reporters at Talking
Only a fraction of eligible borrowers are using programs that will let them reduce their monthly student-loan payments. The White House wants to change that. The latest summer policy push from the White