People who donate DNA to ancestry websites or medical databases are inadvertently signing up to a "genetic afterlife" in which intimate details could be revealed after their death, ethicists have warned.
Idea that members of one race are intellectually superior has had to be confronted regularly The notion that members of one race are inherently more intelligent than members of another – brought back circulation
People who persistently lie, steal and bully have smaller brains, a major study suggests. Scientists said young children who kept being naughty should be targeted with far more help, and parenting classes,
A vending machine for powerful opioids has opened in Canada as part of a project to help fight the Canadian city’s overdose crisis. The MySafe project, which resembles a cash machine, gives addicts access
Art Trip: Owen Kydd and Sara Cwynar showcase innovative images at the Henie Onstad Art Center’s triennial festival
From its own picturesque home, perched on a headland in a tony Oslo suburb, the Henie Onstad Kunstsenter has set out to take stock of contemporary photography. The museum opened a new triennial festival
An international team of researchers may have just figured out why single-celled organisms such as the AIDS virus and cancer cells manage to be so incredibly successful. And, in doing so, they may also
These days, you can chart cultural change through public loos. In Los Angeles, gone are the bold-print doorsigns that say “gender neutral restroom”, complete with baffling stick men/women dressed in the
“I don't know of any other group of musicians with a story equivalent to the story of the Band,” said Robbie Robertson, the Band's guitarist and chief songwriter, at the very beginning of the new documentary
For the next installment of the informal TechCrunch book club, we are reading the fourth story in Ted Chiang’s Exhalation. The goal of this book club is to expand our minds to new worlds, ideas, and vistas,
A new documentary, Black Patriots: Heroes of the Revolution, introduces us to heroes of the American Revolution who aren't typically found in history books. They are a writer, a double agent, a martyr
Science Says the Most Successful Kids Have Parents Who Do These 5 Things It certainly helps to know what you can do to increase the chances that your children take the paths that lead to health and happiness.
According to one study, travelers are up to 100 times more likely to contract a cold while flying. But, instead of downing powdery vitamin concoctions and slathering on a pound of hand sanitizer, it turns
Can clean-up queen Marie Kondo convince a self-confessed collector of sweet wrappers to mend his ways? I am flying across America to meet Marie Kondo, a diminutive Japanese Mary Poppins who transforms