On Shikoku, the smallest and least visited of Japan’s four main islands, one woman has had a mind-spinning response to a common crisis.
A series of five studies shows how belief in the need to know exactly what you're deeply interested in can set you up for failure.
The Soviets made most of the space firsts, making Sputnik and Gagarin household names all over the world. But in 1962, they laid down a marker for a first of epic proportions, and one that would sadly stand alone for the next 19 years: they put the first woman, Valentina Tereshkova, into space.
“Inclusion happens when people in power use that power to bring people in rather than keep people out.”
Behavioral psychologist Ingrid Gehl influenced much of the thinking of her husband, the celebrated urbanist Jan Gehl. Imagine if all designers were married to behavioral scientists–or even if they just talked ...
Multitasking gets bad press, but it can sometimes bring unexpected benefits
Ranking the lines by reliability, the anatomy of a delay, and a case for the $19 billion subway plan.
Affluence—not willpower—seems to be what’s behind some kids' capacity to delay gratification.
How the Jersey Shore shaped America’s best basketball broadcaster
The latest Tweets from OhNoSheTwitnt 🌈 (@OhNoSheTwitnt). Jewish American Disney Princess 🧜🏻♀️ I’ll grow up when I’m dead -- A little vulgar in places, but generally amusing and sometimes very funny ...
Men can have the moon. As an engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Diana Trujillo is taking us to Mars.
The goal of the TU/e 3D Concrete Printing (3DCP) research program is to establish concrete printing as a viable new method to manufacture concrete elements and buildings, and to fundamentally understand its processes. The research group operates and develops its own 3D Concrete Printer at the Department of the Built Environment. The printer consists of a four axis gantry robot with a print bed of approximately 9.0x4.5x3 m3, coupled with a concrete mixing pump, both controlled by a numerical controller.
One of the most ironic modern problems is that there are so many options, it’s often hard to choose ...