Who Said Science and Art Were Two Cultures?
Revisiting C.P. Snow’s infamous thesis.
One of the Most Egregious Ripoffs in the History of Science
A new history of the race to decipher DNA reveals Shakespearean plots of scheming.
We’re More of Ourselves When We’re in Tune with Others
Music reminds us why going solo goes against our better nature.
What Made Early Humans Smart
Walking upright made our ancestors easy prey. It also made them get smart.
What Makes Music Universal
Music brings us together to show us how different we are.
I Am Not a Machine. Yes You Are.
Debating the impact of machine-created art.
Literature Should Be Taught Like Science
This renegade professor says literature is a machine that accelerates the human brain.
The Man Who Saw the Pandemic Coming
Will the world now wake up to the global threat of zoonotic diseases?
Outwitting the Grim Reaper
Neuroscientist Daniel Levitin on how to age successfully.
These Photos Remind Us Why Conservation Matters
Enjoy the 2020 winners of a natural photography competition.