Data

Mind and Body
Exercise intensity: How to calculate the ideal heart rate while working out
Viv Lee
Science
Inverse Daily: The "final stage" influencer
Evan Meredith
Science
Tiny animals provide big Arctic data
Sarah Wells
Innovation
Why a classic physics phenomenon could prevent future car crashes
Sarah Wells
Innovation
Who commits crime on Tor? A new analysis has a surprising answer
Sarah Wells
Mind and Body
Covid-19 & masks: new data model reveals a powerful “what-if” scenario
Biplav Srivastava
Science
'In Silico:' Director Noah Hutton reveals how one neuroscientist's pursuit of perfection went awry
Nadja Sayej
Innovation
This wearable could help you avoid shin splints forever
Sarah Wells
Science
Massive animal database reveals troubling climate trends in Arctic
Sarah Wells
Science
A weird, ancient shrimp has changed scientists' understanding of evolution
Kate S. Petersen
Innovation
Why do voting machines break on election day?
Adrianne Jeffries
Innovation
Wearable device slurps sweat to detect crucial health information
Sarah Wells
Science
Chimpanzee friendships are surprisingly human
Sarah Wells
Science
Ancient cow DNA reveals critical transition moment for first human farmers
Sarah Wells
Science
Ancient humans’ demise could foreshadow our own species’ extinction
Sarah Wells
Innovation
Study of 14,000 runners reveals surprising link between pro athletes and beginners
Sarah Wells
Science
New acoustic data explains a crucial whale behavior
Sarah Wells
Innovation
How a computer is helping scientists discover the origins of life
Sarah Wells
Science
Covid-19 statistics: 5 common errors armchair experts make
Jacques Raubenheimer
Innovation
A staggering statistic proves why most passwords are easily hackable
Paul Haskell-Dowland and Brianna O'Shea
Innovation
Does ignoring robocalls make them stop? Researchers uncover 2 key findings
Sathvik Prasad and Bradley Reaves
Innovation
Webcams are bringing us terrifyingly close to the Western wildfires
Sarah Wells
Science
Space scientists use 3.2 billion-pixel camera to take largest photo ever
Sarah Wells
Innovation
Could an entire city run on a quantum network? A new study says yes
David Grossman
Innovation
New study debunks idea that voting by mail will cause electoral chaos
David Grossman
Innovation
Using a built-in sensor, smartphones can now tell when you're drunk
Sarah Wells
Mind and Body
Could wearable fitness trackers deliver early warning of Covid-19?
Albert H. Titus
Mind and Body
Why young men are more likely to believe in coronavirus myths
Carissa Bonner, Brooke Nickel and Kristen Pickles
Innovation
The future of deep space travel could come down to tiny solar panels
Sarah Wells
Innovation
Predicted 'information catastrophe' may be caused by fifth state of matter
Sarah Wells
Science
Scientists debunk a common theory about coronavirus
Polly Hayes
Science
Lockdown had a counterintuitive effect on mood, new evidence shows
Mark Fabian, Roberto Foa and Sam Gilbert
Mind and Body
How social isolation changes the brain
Karra Harrington and Martin J. Sliwinski
Science
What to do if you get Covid-19 this weekend
Julian Elliott
Science
How long does Covid-19 stay in the body?
William Petri
Innovation
2035's biggest A.I. threat is already here
Sarah Wells
Innovation
A.I. birder does what a human never could — study
Sarah Wells
Culture
Researchers are furious that their Covid prisoner data is being used to mislead the public
David Grossman
Science
Does your homemade mask work? Here's how to tell.
Simon Kolstoe
Science
Are the Earth’s magnetic poles about to swap places? Strange anomaly gives reassuring clue
Yael Annemiek Engbers and Andrew Biggin
Culture
Posture: how to feel more powerful and confident
Poppy Brown
Science
Oxford immunologist on coronavirus vaccine: our early results look highly promising
Rebecca Ashfield
Mind and Body
Health expert reveals a dangerous side effect of high-intensity workouts
Christopher Gaffney
Science
Coronavirus: B cells and T cells explained
Raj Thaker
Science
Does your face mask protect you or other people?
Simon Kolstoe
Science
How the coronavirus pandemic became Florida’s perfect storm
Tiffany A. Radcliff and Murray J. Côté
Innovation
Machine learning can predict misinformation before it happens
Sarah Wells
Innovation
New app will help keep you from making a fool of yourself at work
Sarah Wells
Science
How effective does a COVID-19 coronavirus vaccine need to be to stop the pandemic? A new study has answers
Bruce Y. Lee
Science
Did ancient Americans settle in Polynesia? The evidence doesn’t add up
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