Earth’s upper crust holds 50,000 times more energy than all of the world’s oil and gas combined, and US researchers are figuring out how to utilize that potential energy source.
University of Kansas sociologist Jacob Lipsman is researching attitudes about climate change along the Louisiana coast, where sea level rise is altering the landscape and residents distrust government regulation.
Yale Researchers teamed up with psychics to study why people hear voices and found that hallucinations arise when the brain puts too much emphasis on its own expectations.
Social isolation, loneliness, and living alone can be as strong a predictor of mortality as obesity and smoking, according to research presented today at the American Psychological Association’s annual conference.
A team of researchers from MIT and Google have teamed up to design a method for giving smartphone users high-resolution images quickly and without using up precious energy.
Combining multiple climate engineering strategies at the same time could dampen the impacts of global warming while avoiding losses in global precipitation levels.
New research pinpoints the a-ha moment when information enters the human consciousness.
The Environmental Working Group compiled testing data for nearly 50,000 localities — and the results vary drastically across the country.
A team of health researchers argue that focusing on weight misses the point because the real health concern is excessive body fat.
But the cities Musk says he plans to connect with an ultra-fast underground transportation system say they haven’t heard anything from him about the project.