Carmel Raz explores how historical links between nerves and vibration have shaped modern neural sciences.
Carmel Raz | Jun 2
The quantification of bodies, senses, and experience did not begin with surveillance capitalism but can be traced back to mathematical and statistical techniques of the 19th century.
Chris Salter | May 17
Twenty-five years before our era of fake news and celebrity pseudoscience, the star actor teamed up with Montel Williams to promote an unfounded conspiracy.
Robert P. Crease | May 15
Barbara Mazzolai’s roboplants could analyze and enrich soil, search for water and other chemicals, or even be used to grow infrastructure from scratch.
Dario Floreano and Nicola Nosengo | May 1
Despite the dangers, secret communication is at the heart of espionage operations and essential for spy work.
Kristie Macrakis | Apr 20
When we view objectivity and subjectivity as opposites rather than complements, we distort the empirical realities of data collection.
Melanie Feinberg | Apr 17
Rhythm plays an important role in how we perceive — and connect with — the world.
Nina Kraus | Apr 3
An excerpt from “Dreaming as Delirium: How the Brain Goes Out of Its Mind."
J. Allan Hobson | Mar 27
How parenting became "optimized" and made mothers miserable.
Jessica Clements & Kari Nixon | Mar 16
How will future generations come to be? There is no straightforward answer.
Donna J. Drucker | Mar 9