Dr. Nichole Foubister gives a crash course on bipolar disorder and offers hope for the future of treating this difficult mental illness.
We're better at teaching robots to reason than we are at getting them to perceive. That's good for human laborers in industries that value the latter.
Science and art are complementary disciplines, according to Nobel Prize-winning physicist Frank Wilczek. Together they allow us to explore whether the world embodies beautiful ideas.
Some maps would rather make a point than give directions
Dr. Sacks died on 30 August 2015 in his home in Manhattan at the age of 82 from liver cancer.
Public shaming can be powerful medicine. But used in the wrong context it can kill.
by Big Think Editors
When you look in the mirror, what do you see? Answer: Junk DNA.
Our friends at DNews explain in this video that your face is made up of the stuff. It will make you take a closer look in the mirror.
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