“No great genius has ever existed without a strain of madness.” -Aristotle
An interview with Mark Riedl, an associate professor at Georgia Tech whose research focuses on training neural networks to generate unique, compelling stories.
Evidence from recent research suggests that it does matter where a calorie comes from because its source influences the intake of the next calorie.
Elon Musk issues a stark warning at the National Governor's Association meeting.
Researchers succeed in an 80-year-old quest to find the elusive "angel particle".
Should Jon Snow go to Dragonstone? Should Samwell "operate" on Ser Jorah? The line between intuition and foolishness can only be drawn in hindsight.
Primate archaeologists say that chimps are going through their own Stone Age.
Superfast hyperloop travel gets closer to reality as Elon Musk receives "verbal" government approval for a route linking NYC and Washington.
Scientists discover a counterintuitive property of quantum particles called "backflow".
Theoretical physicist and cosmologist Lawrence M. Krauss spoke at CSICon 2016 about scientists' attempt to look back in time to the beginning of our universe.
How do great ideas happen at the workplace? Often when good workers are left alone.
She went from a child who could only squirm to one who could walk and talk again.
Funnily enough, some humans carry one of the very same genes.
At the same time MDMA is showing promise as a PTSD therapy, ecstasy is being cut with all sorts of nasty chemicals on the street.
In one of our wildest episodes ever, comedian Jeff Garlin cuts the surprise clip short to call B.S. on neuroscience and complexity.
Does a good deed "pay off" a bad deed? A lot of people view their actions this way, says Scotty Hendricks.
Health psychologist Kelly McGonigal discusses a three-step process to shift your mindset when anxiety creeps in.
Nutritional science has increasingly begun to discover that the optimal diet should be an individualized solution, determined by many factors.
A lot goes into classifying a drug, not only it’s effects but how it alters the brain.
New research suggests that Tyrannosaurus Rex could only walk, not run, a big change in its ferocious image.