Another week, another fine selection of witty and wonderful comments from our Facebook page. Did you make the cut?
What's a real leader anyway? Harvard historian Nancy Koehn mines history for some answers.
When we use the same word — awesome — to describe hot dogs as well as the Grand Canyon, do we really know what it means? Let's look into awesomeness in the context of philosophy.
It’s never too late to consider switching to a career in science.
Nietzsche loved aphorisms, and here we have collected 15 of his greatest hits.
Technology is allowing us to quantify exercise like never before, but turning activity into a game may be the most successful way to encourage fitness yet.
A video explainer about what opioids do to the brain that makes the drugs so hard to quit.
When asked if they had "many opportunities" to find success in their careers, 70% of the young people surveyed said "yes".
New research shows how parrots and crows learn new skills through play. Can adults implement this advice?
Researchers find that different types of meditation alter the brain differently.
Here are some tips on how to beef up your EQ.
Some people think that poetry is just rhymes. But those people don't know that poetry helps your brain heal during bad times. (Hey, we tried)
Feversham Academy in Bradford, England has profoundly improved its students’ performance by adding a lot more music to their curriculum.
For thousands of years, all over the world, we've told tales of monsters and the undead. Why? Aaron Mahnke, creator of the 'Lore' podcast, on the hunger for mystery.
Following 14,000 people since the 1940s, these cohort studies offer insights into parenting, education, health, and the impact of poverty.
Do your meetings and brainstorms always end with a pile of decimated ideas? Learn to overcome negativity bias and obstructive tendencies.
Go back to school, Agora style. Philosophy can train us to respond to life's problems rather than merely react. One such training camp is coming to Baltimore.
Early childhood science education can have significant positive effects on the achievement gap and on students’ educational outcomes later on.
Our phones often help promote depression and anxiety. These apps are fighting back.
When novelists and poets reveal their writing process we learn a great deal about our own development.