Sure, everyone wants to be happy. But what kind of happiness do people want? Is it happiness experienced moment-to-moment? Or is it being able to look back and remember a time as happy? Nobel Prize winner
By Deepak Chopra, MD, Menas C. Kafatos, PhD More than six decades after Einstein's death in 1955, his prestige is enormous and worrisome. It is enormous because relativity remains tremendously important
Between the 1950s and today, scientific and technological innovations have revolutionized the lives we lead, from the hospital to outer space to the kitchen. These are the most impactful inventions of
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - The body that picks the winner of the annual Nobel Prize in Literature is setting up a new selection committee in a bid to draw a line under a sex scandal that forced it to cancel
In the manufacturing world, there are only two ways to make a cube. Either you cut the six-sided shape you want out of a larger chunk of material, or, if the material is soft enough, you mold it. Wombats,
Business professionals can learn a valuable lesson about the path to economic growth and innovation from Paul Romer, this year’s Nobel Prize winner in Economic Sciences (shared with William Nordhaus).
A record 79 candidates are in the race for the Nigerian presidential election scheduled in February. Abuja, Nigeria - Nigeria's main opposition leader Atiku Abubakar has vowed to get the country "working