Molly Fosco is a Web Producer for Seeker, covering stories on global issues, social justice, and environmental science. She has been blogging for the Huffington Post since 2012, frequently covering gender equality and human rights. Molly also writes about entertainment and prides herself on her obscure 90's TV trivia knowledge.
A UK Aerospace company is developing an edible drone to deliver food to isolated and war-torn countries — but some see it as a gimmick rather than a viable tactic for helping solve hunger.
Asking whether people would shock a fellow human being when prompted by an authority figure, researchers tested obedience in Poland and compared the results with those obtained by Stanley Milgram more than 50 years ago.
The discovery of more than 100 seeds in northern China could offer insight into ancient crop varieties and the food people ate two millennia ago.
The ancient, gold-ornamented weapon found in Scotland still has fur skin around its scabbard.
A virtual reality app that uses photorealism allowed me to summit Everest without actually risking my life.
FlipFeed was designed by MIT researchers to get people out of their social media echo chambers and help them better understand ideologies and beliefs that differ from their own.
Newly identified genetic markers can find subgroups of men who are at a much higher risk for hair loss than others.