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A woman who spent 14 months in Antarctica says she went through sensory overload upon returning home — and a tactic she picked up during isolation helped her cope with the change


Around 40% of Switzerland's COVID-19 intensive care patients were under 60 years old, according to a new report


US federal agencies warn that Chinese hackers are targeting COVID-19 research on vaccines and treatments



Do I sound sick to you? Researchers are building AI that would diagnose COVID-19 by listening to people talk.


Following a western-style diet high in sugar, fat, and fried foods for as little as a week can lead to overeating and impaired brain function, study says


Chinstrap penguins are starving to death in Antarctica as the temperature hits record highs.



Stanford researchers want to take screenshots of everything you do on your phone


The US Army has chosen its top 10 science and technology advances for this year — here are the potential game changers that made the list


The most awe-inspiring scientific discoveries of the 2010s include the first image of a black hole, an exoplanet with water, and a hidden continent


A Cornell researcher analysed 961 companies and found that a haphazard approach to talent doesn't work — but a simple, overlooked change can help teams perform at their best


Humans react poorly to trash talk, even if it's coming from a cute robot that's been programmed to insult them, researchers found


'Growth mindset' cultures like Microsoft's drive organizational transformation, researchers say. Here’s how this has measurable results for companies.



An unprecedented study suggests the Apple Watch can help detect heart problems. But very few people actually used it to do that.


A study of 68,000 people determined what men and women look for most in a casual partner, and it's not intelligence or kindness


This unsettling case that looks and feels like human skin wants you to poke and pinch your smartphone


Researchers from Columbia and Rutgers crunched the data and found no bias from The New York Times in its Trump coverage



Researchers calculated how much the average person would need to be paid to live a year without services like email and search engines. Here are the final numbers.


Gender diversity pays off: A new Stanford study finds equitable hiring boosts companies' stock prices


The US government just appointed a dentist and a biologist to head the National Institute of Nursing Research — and nurses are furious


We got an inside look at how the biotech Spark used mazes to develop a first-of-its-kind treatment for eye disease on the way to selling itself for $4.8 billion