A text dubbed the "Gospel of Jesus's Wife" has been accused of forgery. However, a recent analysis suggests that writings from the ancient scrap of papyrus are authentic.
The SwissTech Convention Center is one of the most modern and best equipped conference centers in the world.
You've probably seen your favorite football coach incessantly screaming on the sidelines for seemingly no apparent reason. His actions are most likely relative to his passion, but new research suggests that underlying psychological issues could play a role as well.
Jaana Juvonen and Sandra Graham of the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) have conducted the most extensive research on the subject of bullying in K-12 schools. Their findings, while informative, are very disheartening.
Molars that were extracted from skeletons found near the new London railway may reveal secrets behind the Black Death.
New Jersey Institute of Technology associate professor Bruce Bukiet has unveiled his annual Major League Baseball projections for the 2014 season that starts this Sunday.
We were all kids once. Remember when you were reprimanded to specifically not do something? Chances are, if we didn’t receive an explanation as to why we shouldn’t be doing that particular action, we went ahead and did it anyway.
There is an enormous gap between the effects and consequences of science, and how much scientists consider these consequences. This is dangerous, but there is something we can do about it.
New drugs often fail because they cause undesirable side-effects. ETH researchers have developed simulation software that predicts the properties of active agents and virtually builds new ones. The software’s search process is modelled after the behaviour of ants.
The hunt for MH370 now involves 26 countries and an estimated 30 million square miles of terrain over both land and sea. The missing aeroplane may have continued flying for up to seven hours after sending its last signal means it could be located anywhere along two vast corridors of inquiry, making ...
Perhaps influence plays more than one role in drunk driving. A recent study revealed that teens who get in the car with intoxicated drivers are more likely to get behind the wheel another time when they’re under the influence.
We all know what Pi is. It’s that funny little symbol on our calculator that’s equal to 3.14. Despite its two-letter length and relatively small value, Pi has an enormous and lengthy history dating back to ancient times.