Neil deGrasse Tyson compares our actual progress in space to what was predicted in the 1968 movie 2001: A Space Odyssey.
A new study examines the behavior of seven species of marine animals around the dead.
Philosopher Alva Noë explains why neuroscientists assume the answer to an old philosophical question that really can’t be resolved.
Fashion designer Tina Gorjanc has introduced a line of leather handbags and jackets made from late designer Alexander McQueen’s lab-grown skin.
Are robots and AI really ready for us to begin depending on them?
Economic and social theorist Jeremy Rifkin says that sharing online and on-grid spells the death of capitalism and the birth of a worldwide neural net.
Languages the world over have words for love we all seem to understand.
Physicist Lawrence Krauss explains why understanding new theories in physics is so hard, and why it’s so much fun.
The science behind tickling and why such an unpleasant experience makes us laugh.
Theoretical physicist Brian Greene discusses how we may not be able to see other dimensions.