Bryn Nelson gets to the bottom of an emerging – and often shocking – therapy.
One of my research assignments as an intern here at PK involves looking at the organization and function of the copyright office, which exists as a part of the library of congress.
The Internet has long ceased to be just a means of searching for various information.
The key to success on social media is being able to offer people interesting content but in order for people to see this, you need to have a large number of people interacting with your profile on a regular basis.
Once derided as being like a plastic bag with the erotic appeal of a jellyfish, the female condom is being reinvented as the next big thing in safe sex. Emily Anthes investigates.
The user testing battle.
This paper presents an anthropological understanding of mental illness.
In 64 other countries, you can already find out whether what you’re eating contains genetically modified ingredients.
Battles are constantly being fought that shape the future of the Internet, and fortunately there are some very intelligent people leading the charge.
Giving extra bed nets to children weakened by lack of food could significantly curb child deaths from malaria, according to a mathematical model revealed last month.
Robotics is moving past the age of ARMS, long the staple on factory floors.
Having the best cell phone spy software on the market can help solve some of your worst fears.
Touted as an almost magical technology in the news, the Crispr/Cas9 technique allows scientists to alter the DNA of living cells and, it’s hoped, achieve a longstanding goal of science to treat disease at the genetic level.
The untold story of the website design journey.
The theoretical analysis Oloyede conducts in order to explain these students’ discomfort is rich in content, but his conclusion is rather disappointing.
For decades, Ron Allum has been assisting directors to access and film in some of the most remote locations on earth. After developing an innovative material to allow Hollywood heavy hitter James Cameron to descend to the deepest depths of the ocean, Allum is now exploring how this material can be used in military, mining, scientific, and search and rescue applications.