Do negative interactions lead to negative emotions, or can arguing on the internet actually be positive for people's mental health?
Thanks to social media, sharing your disgust at a brand’s offensive message can often benefit rather than harm them.
Curious Cat, the latest in a long line of anonymous question sites, is the purest expression of the confessional internet.
Camp Century, a base built under the Greenland ice sheets, could find its nuclear remains exposed to devastating effect as ice and snow melts away.
Internet search histories are now commonly used as evidence in courts, but just how reliable are they?
Sports fans have noticed a rise in the number of athletes with purple marks on their skin, resulting from a practice that is supposed to aid recovery and boost performance.
Murphy, Microsoft's latest AI chatbot, is successful because it is smart, but not too smart.
The apocryphal tale of a natural disaster creating the country’s First Dynasty is backed up by a recent archaeological excavation.
Social media is often considered a catalyst for depression, but does it have the potential to help men address their mental health problems?
The mysterious extinction of an isolated population of mammoths on an Alaskan island reveals the impact of rising sea levels.
“The Leonardo Project” is exploring the interface between scientific research and the humanities.
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