From fate and facts to da Vinci and death.
This is what a sample of 500,000 songs tells us.
At the push of a button the Short Story Dispenser prints out short-form literature that can be read in as little as one minute, free of charge.
Research from Imperial College London shows how musicians brains adapt to performance.
The Bank of England’s chief economist has urged his colleagues to examine the musical mood of the nation when contemplating changes to the Bank’s interest rate.
Most households in the European Union spend more on books, newspapers and stationery than they do on package holidays.
The ideals of reason, science, humanism and progress need a wholehearted defence, argues psychologist Steven Pinker in this excerpt from his latest book.
The National Memorial for Peace and Justice and the Legacy Museum has opened in Montgomery, Alabama.
Designed by Microsoft and Kyoto University, the programs write poems inspired by images and human descriptions.
Though expensive, data stored in DNA can last for thousands of years and copies can be made quickly.
Dream of the Red Chamber, by Cao Xueqin, is one of China's most important pieces of literature.
The comic book character has reflected humanity as he's changed throughout the 20th and 21st centuries.
Celebrities Naomi Campbell and Rihanna have shown their support for the youngsters on social media.
Enrollment in foreign language classes fell by 9% between 2013 and 2016.
Active learning means fewer stories are being told in classrooms, which could be affecting children's development and understanding.