When it comes to nuclear power, one word in particular instills fear: meltdown. But what is a meltdown? Can one be avoided?
One response to the "bigger is better" trend has been the rise of microhomes: hyper-fashionable domiciles around 40 square meters in size.
How having a million browser tabs open is akin to hoarding...and a couple ways you can clean up this particular kind of digital clutter.
Acute Art is a kind virtual reality marketed directly to artists. Marina Abramović, Olafur Eliasson, and Jeff Koons have been the first to try it out.
The internet has already transformed how Americans eat; the Amazon/Whole Foods deal is just the culmination of this transformation.
Today, gay teens don't have to feel alone because the internet makes it possible to connect with other LGBTQ people all over the world. Right?
White House officials, like parents, are learning how limiting screen time can lead to better focus. But what does "screen time" really mean?
NASA engineers have 3-D printed a new version of chain mail. Why strong, light, heat-resistant materials are so important in space.
New research scans three Viking swords and finds that, while well-made, they were not strong enough to withstand a fight.
How can it be helpful to disclose secrets online? A look at sites like PostSecret, where users anonymously confess to things they've never told anyone.