Could using lighter-weight balls in practice be a safer way to speed up a pitcher's arm -- and the ball?
Marcus Woo, Contributor
A new social network map shows a well-connected anti-vaccine movement, now intertwined with coronavirus conspiracy theories.
Features common to the world's music may underlie a universal musical grammar, according to a controversial new study.
New research finds that shot type, referees and scorekeepers matter -- and that taking more 3-point shots shrinks it.
How well future pros sprint, jump and lift weights at the NFL Scouting Combine may tell us only a little bit about their career success.
Scientists use ordinary equipment to reveal a hidden picture based on its shadow.
Data science and machine learning are helping basketball players up their game.
A network of smartphones can improve short-term weather forecasts.
Physicists harness ultrasound to make bubbles last longer.
Online extremist groups emerge like curdling milk, a dynamic that may also describe how the recently disclosed fake Facebook accounts attract followers.
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