Data

Gear
How to use Gmail’s new built-in package tracking features
Jackson Chen
Gear
Everything you need to know about Intel's next-gen Thunderbolt connection
Jackson Chen
Mind and Body
A new rating system could help you decipher conflicting scientific research
Katie MacBride
Science
Ancient humans: 6 new discoveries unveil thousands of years of evolution
Penny Spikins and The Conversation
Science
Is a fact always true? A philosopher explains how to spot the difference
Peter Vickers and The Conversation
Science
Chinese taikonauts just grew one of the most important staple crops in space
Andy Tomaswick and Universe Today
Science
This “lifeless” Chilean desert harbors salty pools of microbes
Lindzi Wessel and Knowable Magazine
Science
Opinion: You may be doing basic math entirely wrong
Egan J Chernoff, Rina Zazkis and The Conversation
Science
Does turning the AC off when you’re out cut your energy bill? It’s complicated
Aisling Pigott, Jennifer Scheib, Kyri Baker and The Conversation
Science
Wastewater can track viruses like Covid-19 — can it do the same for superbugs?
Allison Parshall
Innovation
This high-tech camera may help protect our identities — here's how it works
Molly Glick
Innovation
"Quantum materials" could give the human brain a run for its money
Nathaniel Scharping
Innovation
In Montana, Indigenous innovators turn to dogs to help sniff out deadly disease
Kaiser Health News and Aaron Bolton
Science
1.8 billion people face once-in-a-century flooding, study reveals
Tara Yarlagadda
Science
Hubble telescope figures out the trick to weighing a lonely black hole
Nancy Atkinson and Universe Today
Science
Milky Way galaxy map mission reveals existence of previously unknown starquakes
Claire Cameron
Innovation
NASA loses 2 cyclone-tracking satellites after launch company Astra rocket fails
Claire Cameron
Innovation
Scientists invent an edible solution to fake alcohol
Claire Cameron
Science
NASA’s newest invention could solve a major space exploration problem
Nancy Atkinson and Universe Today
Science
Scientists just laid the cornerstone of our quantum internet future
Darren Orf
Science
This viscous liquid metal could lead to a revolutionary robotics breakthrough
Kurt Kleiner and Knowable Magazine
Mind and Body
Science debunks a viral belief about masturbation and testosterone
Daniel Kelly and The Conversation
Science
Vaccine boosters may not be enough — the problem with immune “exhaustion”
Prakash Nagarkatti, Mitzi Nagarkatti and The Conversation
Mind and Body
Your shoes are covered in shit and forever chemicals. Don't wear them inside.
Mark Patrick Taylor, Gabriel Filippelli and The Conversation
Science
4,500-year-old desert tombs reveal the health conditions of ancient Nubian civilization
Michele R. Buzon and The Conversation
Mind and Body
Omicron XE: How worried should we be about this strange variant?
Grace C Roberts and The Conversation
Mind and Body
Child Covid-19 vaccines: What the U.K.'s confusing rollout reveals
Stephen Griffin
Science
NASA wants to destroy the International Space Station — here’s why
Heather Muir
Science
Nuclear fusion might finally be within our grasp
Paul Norman and Lee Packer
Science
50,000-year-old DNA reveals a critical shift in ancient human history
Elizabeth Sawchuk, Jessica Thompson and Mary Prendergast
Science
Scientists found gemstone clouds on a bizarre exoplanet — and the Webb Telescope could reveal more
Joanna Barstow
Science
How 500 million-year-old plants could help solve a huge climate problem
Alexander Bowles
Mind and Body
Do pre-workout supplements work? Fact-checking the 6 most common ingredients
Andy Sparks and Graeme Close
Innovation
Is Bitcoin a religion? What the answer reveals about humanity
Joseph P. Laycock
Mind and Body
Drinking red wine could help some men live longer — study
Richard Hoffman
Mind and Body
The perfect diet? How one tiny change could dramatically boost longevity
Laura Brown
Science
Fossil fuel companies own green rhetoric betrays an ugly truth — analysis
Tara Yarlagadda
Culture
'Wordle' starting words: Math reveals the top 3 picks to win as fast as possible
Derek Horstmeyer
Mind and Body
How many Covid-19 deaths were there in England? The answer is complicated
Colin Angus
Science
Do you live here? Maps reveal the U.S. regions most at risk of floods
Jennifer Walter
Science
Scientists reveal where and who in America will be most at risk of floods by 2050
Tara Yarlagadda
Mind and Body
Will there ever be a post-pandemic? Why the answer is out of reach
Danny Dorling
Mind and Body
A drug for erectile dysfunction could effectively treat a deadly brain disease
Katie MacBride
Mind and Body
Amish DNA study reveals why some people are less prone to heart disease
Nick Keppler
Mind and Body
Covid-19 and the holiday season: Tests, travel, and vaccine questions answered
Katie MacBride
Innovation
Could Elon Musk end world hunger with $6 billion? 5 questions, answered
Jessica Eise
Culture
How much do people lie on social media? The answer is less than you think
David Markowitz
Innovation
What is a “sterile” neutrino? Why an unexpected result opens the door to new physics
Sarah Wells
Mind and Body
A quintessential American trait is responsible for spreading Covid-19 — study
Nick Keppler
Innovation
A famous Tudor-era ship is being eaten alive — but scientists have a solution
Sarah Wells