A critical sideswipe into the world of scientific controversy with a focus on the murky waters of the science of the mind.
Why universities can no longer afford to access the research they created themselves.
The tale of a young man driven to his death for fighting for what is right, and the young woman picking up where he left off.
How one researcher created a pirate bay for science more powerful than even libraries at top universities.
How China's new social credit system could lead to an Orwellian future.
An engineering professor at Oakland University has a surprising answer.
Hotelling's law, a principle from game theory explains the tendency for industries to set up shop right next door to their closest competitor.
A senior engineer at Google shines a light on the dystopian possibilities of the online world that we all inhabit.
Does the claim made by the leader of the €1 Billion Human Brain Project stand a chance of coming to fruition?
A look at the implications of a promising discovery by researchers at Google.
What happened when researchers strapped fake WiFi routers to people's heads to test if electromagnetic sensitivity is real or imagined?
A psychiatrist has made headlines claiming smartphones are making children "borderline" autistic. Here's why that's rubbish:
A major psychology journal has banned the use of the near-universally adopted practice of significance testing, citing recent evidence of the technique's unreliability. What will be the fallout for psychology as a...
Why is a psychologist claiming "patent rights" for a basic psychological technique that he did not invent and does not own the patent for?
Yesterday Facebook updated the News Feed to attempt to prevent the spread of hoax news stories. What will the fallout look like?
One image has had an incalculable effect on policy around the world, but is it even remotely representative of what happens in the real world? Children who have been neglected can look forward to a more positive...
When I first heard of Yossarian Lives, a website that bills itself as the metaphorical search engine, I thought "no way!" Good metaphors are inherently artistic and depend on a nuanced understanding of related...