Science

If you can't beat the robots, make them

A CEO explains how he knew artificial intelligence would eventually take his job.

Controlling premature ejaculation ... from your phone?

Yes, there's now a patch – connected to an app – to treat this common problem.

Cutting out the middle man: Women won't need a dude in the near future to get pregnant

Research is underway to create artificial sperm.

A tech firm has just figured out a way to print organs

Scientists have injected human genes into tobacco plants. What happens next could literally be life-saving.

Scientists are using billions of photos to analyze fashion around the world

Why do people in Brazil wear more hats than people in Italy? Why do so many Americans wear black? These questions are finally answered, thanks to the wonders of technology.

Why I'm so excited for Yuval Noah Harari's upcoming book

The bestselling author and world history professor who wrote 'Sapiens' and 'Homo Deus' is writing a new book about the 21st century.

How the sun could be your new air conditioner

Scientists are using the sun to cool down houses covered with this special paint.

There's a new way to keep your child from developing a peanut allergy

Research suggests kids with moms who eat peanuts while breastfeeding are less likely to develop allergies when they're older.

This artificial muscle is about to make robots more human-like than ever

New device allows for more fluid movement when powered by heat. Oh, and it also has superhuman strength.

How scientists are turning cotton into superpowered cyborgs

A team of researchers just made cotton glow and turn magnetic. This feels like the beginning of a sci-fi thriller.

How to not be overwhelmed by decisions

A behavioral scientist offers advice for making choices easier.

Walk like a Scandinavian: A new benefit of Nordic walking sticks

These poles are known for helping people burn more calories, but did you know they could also alleviate chronic pain?

Meet the world's leading expert on artificial intelligence

Oren Etzioni was Harvard's first student to major in computer science. Today, he's leading an entire industry into the future.

Why does an Adele song pull at your heartstrings?

American and Israeli music scientists teamed up on new research that studies the 'tension' of certain songs.

While you were just being a normal person, this teenager figured out how to disarm anthrax

Israeli student discovers a virus that attacks this dangerous infection and could save lives. And she's not even in college yet.