- Super Bowl 50: the newspaper front pages – in pictures
- A football helmet design that listens to physics
- The origin of our species
- Faces of black children as young as 5 evoke negative biases
- Air strikes force ISIS to halve fighters’ pay
- Can Our Minds Live Forever?
- Up in Arms, Sarah Galo interviews Molly Crabapple
Ticket prices, passing yards and the size of linemen have all ballooned. Wherever you look, from jet packs to Stephen Colbert, the N.F.L. and the Super Bowl have come a long way.
Super Bowl Sunday is a football fan’s dream: The game of games, where the champion of the entire season is decided in four short quarters and there is no rematch. Read all about the biggest football game of the year.
Remote sensor camera in the Arizona mountains gives conservationists rare insight into the cat’s movements
JSTOR Daily editors pick their favorite stories for Black History Month.
Offers a potential treatment for the cause of most U.S. hospital infections
1. One Man, 100,000 Toothpicks, and 35 Years: An Incredible Kinetic Sculpture of San Francisco
“To go running when is dark, leaving children unattended in carnivore zones, approaching a female with young, approaching wounded animal in hunting and walking with an unleashed dog along the said areas, are the main causes of the attacks” explain the CSIC researcher Vincenzo Pentariani, Doñana Biological Station.
Protein that switches cancers from inflammation to proliferation identified: Research uncovers the role of PAD4 in cancers, especially those with early stage inflammation
PAD4 has been observed in cancers but its role was unclear. An Oxford University team have found that PAD4 citrullinates protein E2F-1, which causes it to form a protein complex with BRD4 that drives expression of inflammatory genes.
Racial categories are weak proxies for genetic diversity and need to be phased out
Notes on art and apocalypse.From Patrick Reed’s “Distant Hammers.”How will the end come? Did it already come? Did we miss it? That we can ask this last question shows just how far our current mood of millenarianism has traveled from its antecedents in the distant and not-so-distant past. As late as Eliot, poets and prognosticators… Read More »
Brazil’s Rio carnival of dancing and wild costumes gets underway despite Zika fears | Daily Mail Online
Mayor Eduardo Paes handed a big golden key to Rio’s carnival ceremonial King Momo, who promised a spectacular show.
The photos show U.S. troops posing with corpses and simulating forced sodomization. But “the most transparent administration in history” won’t let you see the horrors.
Throughout the time nature has turned the abandoned places into beautiful and amazing places. Check out what nature can do with the help of time.
A shirtless Mick Jagger, relaxing poolside in Savannah, Ga., in 1965, intently studies the back cover of Bob Dylan’s then-new “Bringing It All Back Home” album, still in the shrink wrap.
New bars that have artisanal chefs and toilets in their establishments are not ‘dive bars.’
The most recent video in the “100 Years of Beauty” series by Cut Video, focuses on the progression of beauty ideals in Mexico over the last century. Check out the video below for a serious throwback.
When nearly a quarter of your nation lies below sea level and another half sits less than a metre above, its very existence is under constant attack.
The Sociology Books Top 100 is a list of some of the greatest works in sociology. A broad list of classics, it spans from the founders of sociology, Marx, Durkheim and Weber, to modern-day sociologists, such as Mills, Berger and Mann. Many of the texts are essential reading for those studying the subject.
Everyone gets drilled with certain lessons in life. Sometimes it takes repeated demonstrations of a given law of life to really get it into your skull, and othe
“When we want to read of the deeds that are done for love, whither do we turn? To the murder column.”— George Bernard Shaw George…
For women of the border, where to give birth is a matter of enormous consequence, and a birthing-center industry has flourished as a result.
Nothing will wreck your spinal system like the vibration of the truck bed for hours on end.
The seven deadly sins of the world are what we haves been told to stay away. But the forbidden fruit was the doom of mankind.…
The police say a prominent New Jersey lawyer killed himself and his wife of 47 years. Their sons refuse to believe it.
Photos by North Vietnamese photographers show the war like it’s never been seen.
The adoption of Greek literature by the Romans was more unlikely than it appears in hindsight
A CIA-backed anti-Assad militia reportedly killed at least one senior Russian military official with a TOW anti-tank missile. Is this a Soviet-Afghan replay?
Nutrition experts contend that all we need is what’s typically found in a routine diet. Industry representatives, backed by a fascinating history, argue that foods don’t contain enough, and we need supplements. Fortunately, many excellent studies have now resolved the issue.
A team of scientists believes humans are playing a major role in spreading a virus that is killing off individual honeybees and entire hives.
“Have I died?” one shivering woman reportedly asked.
Matt Gallagher, Youngblood: A Novel (Atria Books, 2016) Matt Gallagher, in a large sense, has paved the way for many of us who draw on our experienc
Mahdi Hashi had never been to the U.S. before he was imprisoned at a federal jail in lower Manhattan and subjected to prolonged solitary confinement — before he had been deemed guilty by the justice system.