Articles by Jeff Nesbit
There are different neural processes at work whenever we struggle with value choices, a new study says.
University of Chicago Crime Lab youth study offers proof positive.
Rice researchers' refined method for spraying an energy source onto surfaces could power a revolution.
Given a sporting chance, technological marvels always rise to the challenge, from Web to gridiron.
As domestic use dips, plan is to cheaply move it to Asia. Sensitive areas in between gird for fight.
Colorado political scientists say their economic model cuts through campaigning to the bottom line.
Study finds even seasoned video gamers lousy at multi-tasking. Thing is, they think they're awesome.
Though still essentially a pipedream, idea holds such promise that researchers can't leave it alone.
Diversity is up, but "post-racial" America nowhere to be seen.
Research suggests obesity might be as much or more about where we eat as what we eat.