PBS doc 'Human Nature' explores the delicious origins of CRISPR
How bacteria living in yogurt became the genesis of the gene-editing revolution.
'Social Dilemma:' Netflix film director explains hidden cost of social media
Jeff Orlowski, director of Netflix's "The Social Dilemma," explains how companies like Facebook and Twitter have come to wield large-scale power.
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How a global nonprofit was able to keep boots on the ground across the world
“There is a wealth of human ingenuity out there — we just have to create space for it.”
Hate, justice, and The Umbrella Academy: The science of social consciousness
In this episode, we discuss how the science behind hate crimes could help us stop them from happening in the first place.
Scientist warns a new sci-fi novel challenges how we think about robots
Novel Little Eyes is earning critical acclaim. But a roboticist says the book reveals the dire consequences of bugs in the system.
New study debunks idea that voting by mail will cause electoral chaos
Politicians on either side of the aisle would have you believe that vote-by-mail could radically change election results. The science suggests otherwise.
Women in science: A historically bumpy ride
Female scientists motivate us all to advance in whatever field we choose, thanks in part to the painstaking pioneers who helped blaze the trail.
32 Life Hack Products Reddit Is Obsessed With
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Happier together: How to live with predators and your partner
The latest science suggests that humans need to learn how to coexist, for both our neighbor’s sake and our own.