COVID-19, like climate change, is a complex social problem that will require social scientific knowledge to understand its full and lasting impact impact.
The current pandemic has provided an opportunity to observe the resilience of every link in the healthcare chain, and AI has appeared to have given in.
With a lack of motivation and determination, can this switch to online learning be beneficial for students? Three perspectives provide insight into learning during a pandemic.
AI is being leveraged to provide machines with the capacity to match or even outperform humans in many endeavors. So what does this mean for the synthetic chemist?
For the UK to make headway with its ambitious Absolute Zero plan, it calls for an administration that understands the subject and what is needed for its success.
Researchers look beyond our chimpanzees and bonobos to trace the evolution of human language.
Global warming: a collision of science, economy, and politics. Could finance be the key?
Nam-Gyu Park discusses international standards for the assessment of perovskite solar cell modules, enabling industrial and commercial viability.
Johannes Betz of the University of Münster identifies the key metrics required to properly evaluate and compare rechargeable battery systems.
What were the driving factors behind organelle evolution?
AI is growing at a rapid pace and solving complex problems in the process—but what are the risks of such a sophisticated technology?
Exploring a fossil-fuel free industrial revolution prompts us to consider the grave risks we’re taking by not making every concerted effort to rapidly fix our global environment.
The reproducibility problem is turning the growing body of scientific literature into a house of cards: time to pour a new foundation.