digital love

Study reveals unexpected benefits of dating apps

Swipe right for love.

Love on the brain

Neuroscientists reveal what it takes to make love last

A brain study offers insight into what ignites the romantic flame.

Nimble by Inverse

How this design firm relied on human connection to succeed in a remote world

“It’s essential to create intentional, structured points of collaboration and connection.”

best friend

New analysis shows ancient dogs and humans shared a surprising bond

Could these be the original pets?

The Abstract Podcast

Facial recognition: What animals really think about your face

In this episode, we discuss why facial recognition is important to both social and solitary species across the animal kingdom.

chosen family

Chimpanzee friendships are surprisingly human

Here kitty kitty

Science explains: How to actually befriend a cat

Best friend

Dogs surprisingly don't care about 1 part of the body as much as we thought

Dogs don't actually like your face, but that's not a bad thing.

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The anatomy of a "bad boy," according to science

The hype behind the archetype.

Young Innovators

These Stanford undergrads revived campus life in a completely virtual world

“This has taught us the importance of how much people want to interact.”

The Abstract Podcast

Dogs and dating apps: The latest in relationship science

In this episode, we discuss what the latest scientific research reveals about cultivating the happiest, healthiest relationships.


Peer pressure psychology: Why social context shapes decision making

Experts say hijacking your social environment can transform your life.