New research shows that the impact of what your parents do for a living is even more significant in the US than previously thought.
According to the results of Gallup's 2018 Global Emotions Report which surveyed over 154,000 people across 146 countries.
From machines that draw water out of thin air to lasers from Mars - NPR science correspondent Joe Palca has seen it all. He shares some of his favourites here.
New research shows that pride developed as a means to show others our worth.
Big companies can utlise smaller groups to solve large problems effectively - if they consider some key issues.
A look at some of the research around multitasking - and whether anyone can actually be any good at it.
Eighty-seven percent of respondents in Finland said they were “very” or “somewhat” proud to be European.
New research shows how humans evolved to include dairy in their diets, without suffering any ill effects.
New research from the Twins Development Study highlights the role genetics plays in how well we perform at school.
New research shows that 'mean' robots could boost human productivity.
A new report from Birmingham University highlights the need to train young people how to deal with life's challenges in a healthy way.
New research shows that recent interactions with their environment can guide where people look.
A little nudge in the right direction can remind and encourage parents to read to their children.
A Finnish cartoon character has become an unlikely hero for young Chinese, and even a symbol of resistance against compulsory socializing.
Research suggests that we're much more pessimistic about the state of the world and the progress being made than is fair.