Dr. Fei-Fei Li of the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered AI discusses the promise and peril of the ground-breaking technology. Plus, research tracking adults over 50 shows that social activity, intimacy, and personal connections are key to good health as we age. And, new analysis of remains and burial items suggests women and men did both parts of hunting and gathering in the Paleolithic era.
Poet Jane Hirshfield takes on crises both biological and human in her book “Ledger.”
A new analysis of ancient footprints in White Sands, New Mexico, adds to the debate about when humans arrived in North America.
On November 8, gather your smartest friends (or the luckiest ones) and test your science knowledge for bar trivia!
Una viróloga nos habla sobre los nuevos sub-variantes del virus, los protocolos actuales, y las nuevas vacunas.
Influencers like Kim Kardashian have promoted full-body scans, but experts say the potential harms outweigh any possible benefits.
At an HIV research conference earlier this year, HIV-positive artists and scientists were paired together to create art for an exhibition.
Thanks to a persistent drought, the creeping crisis threatens infrastructure and human health. Reporter Halle Parker answers your questions.