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From prioritizing work and household chores, to catching up with friends and volunteering, this chart shows how people across the globe spend time.
New report highlights five shared principles that responsible organisations are embedding into their use of technology to combat mistrust and build industry consensus.
Researchers at MIT’s Center for Brains, Minds and Machines has discovered that humans need 3 critical capabilities to help solve physical problems.
Measures tracking mobility, such as Google Community Mobility Reports, showed that adherence to keeping our distance from others began to relax, likely caused by pandemic fatigue.
Empathy can be developed through training. Here's why that makes good business sense - and how managers can start to create more empathetic workplaces.
Touching is in decline - and not just thanks to social distancing. Here's why we need to reintegrate this fundamental aspect of being human into our lives.
Scientists analyzed professional chess tournaments between 1890 and 2014. They found cognitive ability rises sharply until the early 20s and then plateaus.
The U.S. electorate can change with millions of Americans turning 18, immigrants becoming naturalized citizens and longer-term shifts in the country’s racial and ethnic makeup.
Virtual interactions can stimulate the same body and brain responses to those from real-world interactions, write two psychologists.
One study found that investors were unimpressed by investment propositions filled with unnecessary jargon. But it can sum up complex issues in fewer words.
While COVID-19 has had massive economic and environmental impacts, the effects on us in social environments can't be underestimated, including at work, in public and with our family.
Women are more likely than men to follow guidelines outlined by medical experts and governments to prevent the spread of COVID-19, new research finds.
The coronavirus pandemic has stopped research projects and medical trials all over the world. Could virtual reality offer scientists an alternative to real-life labs?
Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna have been awarded the 2020 Nobel Prize in Chemistry after their breakthrough development of 'genetic scissors'.
It involves asking yourself, 'What if everyone did that?' and could have implications for the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change.