So far, 549 separate paraphilias have been officially identified.
These glycerin "smart glasses" may be the only specs you'll need – although they do need a design intervention at some point.
Creating a race of super soldiers is off the table, too.
Harvard scientists say they are two years away from creating a hybrid embryo with mammoth traits.
Bill Gates proposes an ingenious solution to the job losses from the coming automation.
Spontaneous talk on surprise topics. Author Ayelet Waldman on parenting, identity, and how LSD microdosing changed her life for the better.
Jonathon Keats proposes a "Reciprocal Biomimicry Initiative" to help return the favor after taking so many great ideas from them.
Some people are just as afraid of eternal life as non-existence.
Churchill displays a surprising amount of knowledge on a question that we are still wrestling with.
Our increased dependency on antibiotics creates more resistant bacteria. How will we outwit these bad actors?
What does it mean for spooky action at a distance if distances aren’t real, but just the way they look to us?
In 2012, “pathological bias” was included in the Oxford Handbook of Personality Disorders.
Google's DeepMind artificial intelligence learns what it takes to win, making human-like choices in competitive situations.
We know there's a gut-brain connection, but just how deep does it go? Could we treat depression just by adopting a particular diet?
They have the same feelings as normal people. It’s how they make decisions that’s different.
Genetic, immune, and neurological components point to evolutionary underpinnings.
The causes of hit products are themselves uncausable. 'Hit Makers' by Derek Thompson explains why we know how to make songs, but not hits.
In a time when many agencies and researchers are threatened, let's remember how the scientific method originated.
Researchers study the "paradox of happiness" to find out how get into "flow activities" that would make us happiest.
A study of the zinc left behind at a plutonium blast site shows that it’s identical to what’s in moon rocks, supporting the idea of an explosive lunar origin.