Science is a mirror that reveals sometimes hidden, often unexpected and always astounding insights into everyday things and human life. Here we explore everything you always wanted to know about holidays, food, art, music, books, games, TV, film, education, urban life and crime — as well as human history, archaeology and anthropology.
Some students are continuing to learn while school doors are closed, but others may not be able to avoid losing ground.
Bird statuette, recovered from a refuse heap, more than doubles the age of the earliest known animal sculpture from East Asia.
Available data revealed that people of color were hospitalized 25% less often than white people after high-force arrests.
New find raises questions regarding size and timing of large settlements in Central America.
A new social network map shows a well-connected anti-vaccine movement, now intertwined with coronavirus conspiracy theories.
Scientists can tell where whiskey came from by the patterns it creates.
Researchers use the DNA of currently-living Quebecois to help identify their ancestors.
New research indicates that new technologies emerged on the island separately from Eurasian innovations.