A look at the materials needed to design and construct a ski suitable for Olympic competition.
New research finds audiences cannot reliably distinguish between the sound of new instruments and old masters.
For American regional theaters, diversifying their audiences will mean the difference between life and death. But it's not simple or easy.
Even a cursory look at the social, environmental, and economic impacts of working from home indicates that even more people could and should be.
A new case study shows that audiences can actually enhance an artist’s live performance.
The “sexy model face” isn’t built into our DNA, bone structure, or psychology, but projected.
Are all voices treated equally?
A look at swimmers competing in the 2008 Beijing Olympics concludes they gave their best performances when their efforts were essential for a team win.
New research finds that, under certain conditions, a dip in self-confidence can increase one’s performance level.
That high-priced new star might fill seats, but a study of professional soccer teams reveals that low player turnover is the best predictor of success.
A pinch of passion goes a long way: Researchers are showing that paint-by-numbers performances, from symphony halls to training grounds, are less well received than mindful renditions.
We look at studies analyzing the longevity of pro golfers' careers, health benefits for amateur players, environmental impact of the greens as well as sexism on the links.