Our confirmation bias kicks in, causing us to seek out evidence to prove what we already believe.
Liana Finck in The New Yorker comes with a list of “insecurity questions” for lost password recovery 🙂
Bacteriophages — viruses found in soil, water and human waste — may be the cure in a post-antibiotic world.
Long-dormant bacteria and viruses, trapped in ice and permafrost for centuries, are reviving as Earth’s climate warms.
With the failure of a drug-centric approach to treating chronic pain, doctors desperately need alternative ways to fight a condition that blights millions of lives. One seemingly unlikely technological solution: virtual reality.
An FBI translator with a top-secret security clearance traveled to Syria in 2014 and married a key ISIS operative she had been assigned to investigate.
Those wildlife photos you shared on Facebook? They might have been staged at “photography game farms.”
The gun debate would change in an instant if Americans witnessed the horrors that trauma surgeons confront every day.
It’s not just about the flavour – or even the pain. Uncovering the pharmacology and psychology behind humanity’s heat-seeking desire.
Each of these plates started its life as a notoriously gross MRE–“meals ready eat” supplied to soldiers across the world.
A mysterious kidney disease is striking down labourers across the world and climate change is making it worse.
Biographies of ‘homegrown’ European terrorists show they are violent nihilists who adopt Islam, rather than religious fundamentalists who turn to violence.
Horseshoe crab blood is an irreplaceable medical marvel—and so biomedical companies are bleeding 500,000 every year. Can this creature that’s been around since the dinosaurs be saved?