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The Senior Curator reports to the Associate Director and will develop a creative, strategic vision for the Exhibitions/Collections Department. S/he...

Around two-thirds of extreme weather - such as storms and droughts - showed a link to human-caused climate change.

You may just need to grab a mint. Or your chronic bad breath could signal something more serious.

CLA’s white paper looks at several ways to apply blockchain to financial transactions and information sharing in health care organizations.

BFGoodrich® Tires and Tire Stickers, a specialist in tire customization, have teamed up to launch exclusive tire decal technology.

By age 40, 40% of women will have them. By age 70, 70%. Who gets them, and can you prevent them?

As few as one in four Americans have money saved to see them through retirement, according to the US Federal Reserve. And even the older generation has not put enough aside to support their golden years.

Africa has vast untapped potential for agriculture and food production.

Men’s Health Month highlights the importance of preventive care.

Looking for a healthy food option? Learn how this fruit can pack essential nutrients into your diet.

Many of us see hydrogen as an energy source of the future. However, proven large-scale and low-emission hydrogen production is already here - and it can help kickstart the energy transition today, with the right support from governments and business leaders

Healthcare innovation can go in two directions: increasingly expensive treatment for the few, or cost-effective healthcare for the many, writes a British doctor and healthcare expert.

"Where people are suffering from eco-anxiety, the hope is to find paths towards a new world shaped by a deepening understanding of our relationship with the planet."

June is Cataract Awareness Month! Every year, the organization Prevent Blindness America along with the American Academy of Ophthalmology encourages Americans to be mindful of the signs and symptoms associated with cataracts
This year, we’ve decided to outline several common myths about cataracts
Have you heard any of these before?
Myth: Cataracts only affect older adults
Cataracts are most common in older adults, but it’s still…

It's changing how we consume, relate to each other and live in our homes. Here are the five stages of the evolution of voice technology, from devices we instruct to ones that empathize with us.

Despite some countries performing well on gender equality issues, progress as a whole has been slow.

The computing ecosystem must continue to evolve – maybe into the quantum realm – if AI is to come to full fruition.

The presence of antibiotics in rivers poses a huge risk for incubation antibiotic-resistant superbugs.

Parents and preschool teachers have long observed a link between naps and children's mood.

Will hydrogen forever be the 'future of fuel' or is it finally time for the revolution to begin?

The World Trade Organization says the global economy will suffer from the escalating US-China trade war. But not every nation will lose out.

Neuroscientists have identified a brain circuit that helps break decisions down into smaller pieces.

China dominates the rare earth market. The country is responsible for around 80% of the world’s supply – something it is keenly aware of.

Researchers have engineered flying robots to behave like hummingbirds, training them with machine learning algorithms based on various techniques the bird uses naturally every day.

In an effort to prevent crashes and make drivers more aware, we will be doing traffic enforcement on Calumet Drive from North Avenue to Geele Avenue for this week. Calumet Drive is one of the busiest ...

As public crises like obesity and environmental destruction continue to worsen, behavioural science is more vital to policy-makers than ever.

We are all in search of that magic fix that will instantly bless us with Blake Lively like locks! In the meantime, do yourself a favor and take care of the hair you were born with. Here a few tips to help you maintain or work towards healthy, strong hair.

"We realised that you cannot have a healthcare system which is the same in the cities and these unreachable areas. You have to change the system with the available resources and socio-economic capability of the people."

Cloud software has enabled more nonprofit organizations to take advantage of advanced technologies without the expense of new infrastructure or additional IT staff. That also means nonprofits can benefit from Big Data capabilities to enhance data analysis and data-driven decision making.

As scientists link man-made climate change to drought, here’s how the disasters have affected the world throughout the ages.

Rapidly improving automated translation could help promote trade between nations who speak different languages – and break open the Anglophone world of work.

Roman stoicism taught its followers to accept that we cannot control everything, and to find happiness in what life gives us.

If you were to compress human species into a nine-to-five working day, then cities don’t arrive until after 4:59 pm