A feud within Russia's scientific community could have major repercussions.
The alleged use of a “sound weapon” against U.S. Embassy officials in Cuba harks back to a Cold War medical mystery.
What chimpanzees and the trees of Tanzania can teach us about battling the effects of climate change.
People already care about climate change – the trick is getting them to realize it.
The new research center aims to substitute habitual regional clashes with a subatomic variety.
Yes, it seems scary. But it’s all in the name of science.
If effective, it would be a big deal for Africa, which bears the brunt of malaria cases and deaths.
Lost river is the first case of ‘river piracy’ in the modern era. Geologists say it has wreaked havoc on the local ecosystem.
David Rothkopf sits down and speaks with one of FP’s Global Thinker Lifetime Achievement Award winners Dr. Jane Goodall.
The little remote-controlled underwater research submarine that could.
Hopefully a few of the planets have oil so we can invade them.
And it was right under our noses.
In the not-so-distant future, artificial intelligence will be smarter than humans. But as the technology develops, absorbing cultural norms from its creators and the internet, it will also be more racist, sexist, and unfriendly to women.