Japan has tapped a new source of fossil fuels, one with the potential to reshape the world energy landscape.
Oxford researchers say acute poverty could be eradicated in some of the poorest countries by 2033. A United Nations report says extreme poverty could swallow up 3.1 billion by 2050. How do we reconcile these claims?
Funding difficulties are getting in the way of renewing America’s crumbling infrastructure. What is the solution?
Increasing the number of health centers and professionals—nurses and school psychologists in particular—can greatly improve child health, as well as academic performance.
The answer: whenever Monsanto is involved. And now the company is in the Supreme Court.
A recent paper published in Science provides the most comprehensive evidence yet released that the current rate of climate change is unprecedented over the last 11,300 years.
Dr. Wen and Jisung discuss concrete steps that both patients and doctors can take to bring back the lost art of correct diagnosis.
How understanding our interactions with animals could prevent the next global pandemic.
America’s crumbling infrastructure is beginning to curtail our economic development. What can be done?
Our lopsided picture of the brain.