A team of doctors across the world is helping the only two medical professionals left in one besieged town in Syria — via cell phone.
Sit back, relax, and watch these two prodigies explore the epitome of human connection that is partner juggling.
How a small Danish jewelry shop turned into a massive global business.
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No delayed coverage from NBC, 8 action-packed events and no human rights violations...maybe the IOC has a thing or two to learn from marble master Jelle.
Your router is also gathering information about how its signals are traveling through the air, and whether they’re being disrupted by obstacles or interference. And that data can be used to monitor humans — and in surprisingly detailed ways.
Using flow models from electronic circuit theory, researchers plotted movement routes for each species, connecting current habitats with their projected locations under climate change.
Careful analysis of orbital data has indicated the presence of a planet with a mass at least 1.3 times that of the Earth, orbiting about 7 million kilometers from Proxima Centauri — only 5% of the Earth-Sun distance.
Male and female urchins also release massive plumes of sperm and eggs out into the vast ocean, just hoping that they get lucky and find one another.
Urban planning is a rules-based game. Participants in the planning process have goals they wish to accomplish and constraints governing how their objectives can be achieved.
While we're perfectly okay with griping about the cost of a gallon of milk, we don't like to think about healthcare in terms of dollars and cents. Which is why America will never transition over to a single-payer healthcare system.
NASA chief Charles Bolden recalls the historic trajectory of the “human computer” who played a key role in the Apollo 11 moon landing, and as a female African-American in the 1960s, shattered stereotypes in the process.
It often feels like common Pokémon are just carpet bombed all over the place. Well, what if they actually are?
How Donald Trump took a narrative of unfairness and twisted it to his advantage.
The Wireless Emergency Alert system should be more advanced than the Emergency Broadcast System, if only the telecom industry would let it.
We don't totally understand why this feels right in every fiber of our being, but we're not complaining.
A non-profit organization is proving that developing new drugs doesn't have to cost a fortune. Can its model work more broadly?
Similar to such beloved classics as "LET'S MELT THIS" and "Hydraulic Press Channel," "Balance Anything" is a YouTube channel devoted to answering one specific question: what can't this strange Canadian man balance on his face? The answer may surprise you.
Twenty One Pilots are selling out arenas on their current world tour while remaining nearly invisible to those outside their active fan base.
Scientists borrowed the idea from nature: earlier volcanic eruptions have cooled worldwide temperatures by blasting massive amounts of sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere. The particles help to reflect more of the Sun’s light back into space, which means less of its heat reaches the Earth.
This is one zippy breakdown of scopophilia, the techniques filmmakers use to arouse an audience.
The general consensus: It’s the storytelling, stupid. Both the style and the substance. Each topic begs for savvy but conversational prose.
The American University of Afghanistan in Kabul came under assault today, as security forces exchanged gunfire with the attackers.
How a strange new class of media outlet has arisen to take over our news feeds.
Is "Mulholland Drive," David Lynch’s unsettling, hallucinatory meditation on Hollywood culture, really the best film of this century so far? According to 177 of the world’s foremost movie experts, yes. Yes it is.
The best way to keep up with the Republican candidate is by keeping this tab open all day.
She hasn't done a press conference in a while, but that doesn't mean she isn't making news. Check here to see the latest on the Democratic candidate.
Researchers at Google are working on a way to use neural networks, the building blocks of modern artificial intelligence, to make our picture files smaller without sacrificing quality.
Lil Dicky keeps arguing that his "technique" will triumph over Gronk's "physique" due to the lessons he learned from his seventh grade PE teacher Dr. Guerney.
The Airlander 10, which is notable for looking like a giant flying pair of buttocks, had a rough go of things on its second test flight. Luckily no one was hurt.
Where Hillary and Trump stand on food security, minimum wage, and sustainable agriculture.
At that speed, even individual atoms can damage the vehicle, and a collision with a bit of dust could be catastrophic.
Hedge fund manager Todd Newman’s successful career was upended when he was prosecuted for insider trading. After his conviction was thrown out on appeal, the case became a landmark in Wall Street regulation. An inside look at what it’s like to be stalked by the feds — and not back down.
Would it be better to hit a granny or swerve to hit a toddler? It seems like a dilemma, but the designers of self-driving cars say otherwise.
Successful businesspeople make the most out of the numbers available to them. If you're to succeed in the business world, you're going to need how to crunch and effectively analyze data. This course
It's easy to lose it when you live in a van down by the river.
The comic turns his eye to his hometown — and black America — in "Atlanta."
Since January, police have been testing an aerial surveillance system adapted from the surge in Iraq. And they neglected to tell the public.
Kick up your feet, throw on some headphones and zen real hard with this gorgeous sound contraption.
Bad news, you can never escape. No matter how far you run.