Science & Technology

More Tales on Oliver Sacks are Coming

Oliver Sacks may have passed away four years ago, but we are still hungry for tales on his incredible life. Many thought that his upcoming book, Everything in Its place, was going to be his last piece of work. But, two new books will change that.

The Nightmare of Taking a Cup of Coffee Late at Night

A cup of coffee late at night might seem tempting, but what are the consequences? Here's a story on why sleep and coffee don't mix well.

Five Benefits and Uses of CBD Oil

CBD Oil is gaining popular as a way to take advantage of the healing properties of cannabis without many of the other side effects.

The Yankees Sign to Paris Agreements, Making a Monumental Environmental Statement

The Yankees agree to taking multiple steps toward “reducing overall climate impact,” including that of their own, partners, and fans.

Linear Actuators for Robotic Arms

Linear Actuators are being implemented in robot arms to help them be used efficiently in a number of environments, especially workplaces.

Mirror Neurons: Are They Still Important?

Mirror Neurons have been popularized by the media and early by scientist as the key to understanding empathy. What has happened to the promising research?

Two Product Groups to Give Up in 2019

"New Year, new me" - how many times did you say this before deciding to give up carbs, Facebook, and reality TV and went...

Descartes’ Error: 25 Years After Its Publication

25 years have passed since the publication of Descartes' Error by Antonio Damasio, and the ideas expressed are just as relevant today.