Imagination Institute's Scott Barry Kaufman talks brain networks - daydreaming, how to have better ideas, and the left-brained vs. right-brained myth.
Mary Roach, author of Grunt: The Curious Science of Humans in War, talks about ear cuffs, a new military-grade technology that will help soldiers preserve their hearing and minimize deafness and hearing disability...
If you can't break through a wall, you climb over it. Janna Levin, Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Barnard College, points to three genius scientists who embraced limitations.
An expansive new study makes clear the importance of parents in minimizing teen drug use.
Email takes up a lot of our time and often results in little real work getting done at the end of the work day. Many enterprises are finding the less it’s used, the less time gets wasted. Productivity goes up and...
Hilarious, spot-on, and so very Stephen Fry. While on a tour of Salt Lake City, Fry was asked to leave a group tour of the Mormon Church when he told a joke that conflicted with their beliefs.
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