Scientists from Trier University and the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology have reported that grocery-bought tea bags contain enormous amounts of environmental insect DNA.
Satellites are important for both scientific and commercial purposes but the increased number of them blocks the view.
A huge study of TV and internet habits found that Americans get more highly partisan news from TV. Most research has focused on the internet.
Can the removal of the amygdala region in the brain truly absolve one of fear? Interesting Engineering speaks to Dr. Sanne Van Rooij, a clinical neuroscientist, to find out.
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YouTuber Carl Bugeja talks about his passion for PCBs, his love for swarm robotics, and that brain of his that keeps churning crazy, innovative concepts for his loyal fanbase.
The Diffractive Solar Sailing project will let you see the sun like never before. It was selected for Phase III study under the NASA NIAC program.
In his new book, "DIFFERENT: Gender Through the Eyes of a Primatologist", Frans de Waal offers a fascinating study of gender identity among apes.
One of the the fields leading thinkers, Melanie Mitchell talks about why humans are unlikely to develop general AI anytime soon.
Verena Mohaupt, logistics coordinator of MOSAiC, Multidisciplinary drifting Observatory for the Study of Arctic Climate, talks about the perilous journey.