In a wide-ranging conversation, philosopher Michael Zimmerman contextualizes our technological journey within the history of Western thought.
A tour of autonomous vehicle testing track Mcity with director Huei Peng answers many questions, and raises others.
Industrial meat production has extraordinary costs to animal welfare, the environment, and human health. Acknowledging the immorality of these practices gives us an opportunity to align our behavior with our more humane ideals.
After years of arguably no benefits and known risks to antibiotic resistance, antibacterial soap is finally pulled from the shelves.
Julie Brigham-Grette has been studying climate history for decades; she gives it to us straight about what's happening in the Arctic with warming and sea-level rise.
Our obsession with disposability and sterility has ironically led to an explosion of plastic, which is non-biodegradable and full of contaminants.