WASHINGTON (AP) — When it comes to fairness and privilege, a new study finds it really is not about how you play the game. It’s about whether you win or lose. A new experiment, played out as a card game,
In the 1960s and '70s, Poppy Northcutt planned the vital flight trajectories that got astronauts home from their missions to the moon. Poppy Northcutt was serious, preoccupied by the lunar landing plans
The human body has evolved, for hundreds of thousands of years, to thrive on the surface of the Earth. But what happens when you take such an earthbound body and put it in the weightlessness of space?
The final hours for China’s Tiangong-2 space station are at hand, as the eight-ton piece of hardware will fall to earth, or rather sea, some time in the next 20 hours or so in a controlled deorbit maneuver.
On 20 July 1969, the world paused as an estimated 600 million people watched Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walk on the moon. But few knew they were watching steps those men had long practiced in the craters
From a colour-changing figure warning of warming seas to a sunken skeletal greenhouse encrusted with coral, a new museum of underwater art in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef marine park aims to raise awareness
She has commanded the rooftop of New York’s Metropolitan Museum, and has exported her distressed sculptures around the world, but only now is the UK waking up to the work of Huma Bhabha. It’s not the time
Sustainable materials and multi-level cabinetry create a curated feel in this exquisite renovation. When California transplant David Bjorndahl and his partner, Whitney Keeton, first purchased their 1,800-square-foot
Sprucing up the Cole Valley residence, which was built by the homeowner’s parents in 1939, was a matter of navigating treasured memories. When Ed and Leslie Fine set about updating their home, set high
Eager to test their design chops, an American couple go to Costa Rica to tackle their first design-build challenge—for under $200 per square foot. Tired of the daily grind and city life, junior architect
The couple behind Mix Design Collective open up a cramped kitchen that was so last century—literally. When Bryan and Catherine Williamson, the husband-and-wife duo behind popular home blog Beginning in
Colorado Caravan reconfigures a 1966 Airstream Safari to hold two beds and a dining bench without feeling cramped. While many people might steer clear of old, dilapidated travel trailers, Kerri Cole and