One enduring mystery of modern science is why it happened where and when it did. Had modern science emerged in late Greco-Roman antiquity, in 11th- or […]
Whereas the Greeks had largely focused on simple temple architecture, ancient Roman architecture took the concept of public buildings, and created structures unlike the world had ever seen. […]
Extra dimensions, which may well be an incorrect hypothesis, are one possible explanation for why gravity is so much weaker than the other forces. In this video, Great Courses professor Dr. Don Lincoln explains it all with the help of a talking rabbit. […]
Are Women More Emotional Than Men? This idea that men and women think, talk, and understand things differently has existed for decades—inspiring books, college courses, research studies, and countless sitcoms. The truth is much more complicated and nuanced. […]
On this episode of The Torch, we examine what we have learned from neuroscience about several brain myths including – do we really only use 10% of our brain, can we multitask effectively, are male and female brains different? […]
In many ways, the products of modern engineering that have the most substantial influence on our lives are the ones we almost never think about… […]
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