A look at past surveys of scientists and journalists shows relations have been deteriorating for some time, and have hit a new low under the Trump administration.
Historically, written language has been created to represent spoken language. For the first time, that dynamic is working in the opposite direction.
Four years after the terrorist attack, an expert on folklore traced one such rumor to its source.
Scientists review news coverage of three IPCC reports, revealing common media narratives—and an unfocused media strategy on the part of the IPCC.
Surgery is a fundamentally messy and stressful activity. When being a few millimeters off target can be life-changing, a surgeon needs to possess fierce concentration, unrelenting perfectionism, and, above all, staunch self-assurance.
New research finds having a mobile device within easy reach divides your attention, even if you're not actively looking at it.
No, not everyone in Germany speaks English.
While there are certain tradeoffs, researchers report long-distance romantic relationships can be highly satisfying.
Long before email, it was predicted that traditional letters would be dropped off using the ever-advancing technology of the Space Age.