A study published earlier this year reveals how swelling cities like New York might harness geotagged social media posts to better understand park visitation.
Transgender people have higher rates of depression, anxiety, and suicide, partly due to state-backed discrimination
Gene-editing technology is revolutionary, but safety and ethical concerns remain
Arctic activities could hurt polar bears, but it won’t matter if sea ice keeps melting
At an academic symposium, researchers detailed the barriers and potentials of applying genome sequencing technology to the millions and millions of microbes populating our cities
Taking antidepressants in late pregnancy and having children with behavioral issues later on may be related
Social scientist Andrea Jones-Rooy says we need smarter ways to engage people in civic life
Alan Lightman’s new book highlights humanity’s struggle to find lasting answers in a world defined by change
Researchers find a link between an unhealthy party trend and sexual objectification
A chef’s take on reducing farm-level food waste
They’re proving that energy can be cheap as well as green
The Spanish-language app aims to empower parents and promote bilingualism
Nike’s high-tech racing shoes offer athletes an advantage — but how good is too good?
Some scientists question if the guiding lights of theoretical physics have gone out, and all wonder where the field will go next
Researchers hope realistic robots will improve future zebrafish experiments