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The myth of generations, debunked
Generational divides are less than scientific.
You can now chat with your guests directly on Google Calendar. Here’s how.
Some emails can, in fact, be group chats.
5 reasons you can’t sleep
We face many obstacles in our search for shut-eye, from bad beds to faulty genes. Fortunately, wrapping our heads around what keeps us awake can help us catch those z’s.
Inside the ambitious video game project trying to preserve Indigenous sports
By digitizing games like Multicolored Turtle and ear pulling, UNESCO wants to make traditional game tourism a widespread possibility.
This century-old technology could be the key to unlocking America’s renewable energy future
Pumped storage hydro once propped up coal and nuclear power. Now it's essential for a clean, growing grid.
Designing spaces with marginalized people in mind makes them better for everyone
How the ‘curb-cut effect’ makes the world easier to navigate.
Post-pandemic seafood could be more sustainable. Here’s how tech is driving the change.
In Guaymas, Mexico, one savvy fishing co-op shows how apps, QR codes, and other transparent add-ons could deliver a more healthy, equitable future for the industry.
5 famous environmental disasters where humans and nature healed together
The two seemingly opposing forces can form a dynamic duo in times of crisis.
At New York City’s biggest power plant, a switch to clean energy will help a neighborhood breathe easier
Aging, pollution-spilling equipment clocks its final days at the Ravenswood Generating Station.
On surviving—and leaving—prison during a pandemic
In Colorado, a woman released at the height of COVID-19 finds resilience.