It depends how you measure innovation.
To protest the high prices charged by their publisher, Springer, the editors of the Journal of Algebraic Combinatorics will start a rival journal that will be free for all to read.
A group of bakers, millers, and scientists are working to make whole-grain foods delicious.
More comfortable online than out partying, post-Millennials are safer, physically, than adolescents have ever been. But they’re on the brink of a mental-health crisis.
Facebook announced today that it has started using neural network systems to carry out more than 4.5 billion translations that occur each day on the backend of the social network
Smaller, portable neutrino detectors could monitor radioactivity at nuclear facilities
Unicorns aren’t real, and neither are the valuations ascribed to many of the startups that say they’re worth $1 billion or more.
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio - A local restaurant made a dying woman's wish for a treat from back home come true. Tommys also has good ratings in general.
Travel is one long introduction to the broadest of humanity. We aren’t perfect, but most members of our species are worth knowing. Here are some simple rules for meeting the neighbors.
Read this insightful interview with Bokeh's core developer, Bryan Van de Ven, and gain an understanding of what Bokeh is, when and why you should use it
This guy built a machine to sort through 2 tons of Legos, to arbitrage the price difference between bulk and sorted legos.
Take chemistry, add energy, get life. The first tests of Jeremy England’s provocative origin-of-life hypothesis are in, and they appear to show how order can arise from nothing.
Chris Heyring - NOROCK table inventor and "Hyperbolic Paraboloid-ist" talks about the inspirations behind his many inventions including NOROCK table bases.