Two places in society should not be run by corporate-minded individuals: health care and government. The for-profit model fails to provide proper services or fairness, says the former Minnesota governor.
Whether it's bacteria or consciousness itself, science and philosophy examine a specific object that stands apart from the observer. Art is more collaborative, says Alva Noë. It changes us as we change it.
A new generation of humanoid robots are coming in the 2020s, says innovation and industry expert Alec Ross. They will care for our aging populations and revolutionize manufacturing.
A record number of American convicts were exonerated in 2015. Most of them were minorities, many mentally handicapped. A new report presents data that suggests there are hundreds (potentially thousands) of other...
France has introduced a law banning supermarkets from disposing of quality, unsold food approaching its best-before date. It will help reduce the amount of food waste the country produces while also helping feed...
Google has been testing a new kind of Internet-delivery system out in New Mexico. Project Skybender would not only beam down Internet from the skies through solar-powered drones, but also provide speeds 40 times...
Brian Henson’s latest show is derived from early memories of watching his dad off-set with the Muppets.
A science background helped Brian Henson create his first scene ever in “The Great Muppet Caper.”
Jim Henson knew the value of letting people make mistakes.
A look at the process of bringing a puppet to life.
Puppetry is one of the oldest art forms, and its effect can't be replicated with 3D digital animation.
Brian Henson talks about growing up with stuffed siblings.