You Eat a Credit Card’s Worth of Plastic Every Week
What is our hidden consumption of microplastics doing to our health?
What Regret Tells Us
The feeling you could have made a different choice only arises because you have free will. A graphic explanation.
Researchers Gain New Understanding From Simple AI
Language processing programs are notoriously hard to interpret, but smaller versions can provide important insights into how they work.
As Creation Stories Go, the Big Bang Is a Good One
How science is like mythology when it pushes the boundaries of the known.
The Machiavellians of the Animal Kingdom
Want to see a power play in a group? Behold the mongoose.
Cancer Shouldn’t Pose a Threat to Our Lives. We Should Find It First
Identifying the “first cell” could revolutionize the way we treat cancer.
Animals Feel What’s Right and Wrong, Too
It’s time to take moral emotion in animals seriously.
The Power of Narrative
Global solutions, like the greening of the world’s financial system, begin with the right story.