Pakistan government accused of sabotaging human rights commission
Critics say officials are stalling the relaunch of the watchdog to avoid accountability for rights violations. A top court has ordered the ruling party to fill empty positions after the previous ones expired in 2019.
How global heat is affecting human livability
Humans have destroyed about two-thirds of the world's original tropical rainforest and in the process destroying the natural buffer against climate change. This is affecting human livability and maybe pushing it beyond its limit.
How Netflix original, Oloture draws you into a sex-trafficking world II The Process
Oloture is the story of a young, naive Nigerian journalist who goes undercover to expose the shady underworld of human trafficking.
Robotic snake designed for search and rescue in disaster response
Someday, in the not-too-distant future, a robot similar to this snake-like prototype could help save lives. The robot snake was developed at John Hopkins University could help advance search and rescue technology, says Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Chen Li.
How old is humankind?
How old is humankind? Humans' closest relatives are the great apes-but human and chimp lineages diverged roughly five million years ago.
Human horizons founder Ding Lei on Tesla
Former GM China general manager, Ding Lei, has an ambitious plan for his one-year-old startup Human Horizons -- to be a one-stop shop for the future of transportation.
Students compete in NASA's international 'Rover' challenge
School and university teams from the U.S. and numerous other countries compete in NASA's 2017 Human Exploration Rover Challenge, peddling human-powered rover vehicles which they designed and built themselves for navigating the surface of other planets.