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Many decisions and policies are created with intuitive-but-wrong approaches
Many feel that our economies are far from just, though our views on justice differ somewhat
If addiction is a brain disease, addicts are mad, sick and defective. If it’s a failure of will, users are bad, immoral and weak
Little girls sign up to play chess in droves. So why are so few of the world’s top players women?
The biochemist Nick Lane offers an eloquent suite of answers about evolution, looking deeper than a warm, little pond and a lightning strike
Present-day Amazonians share an unexpected genetic link with Asian islanders, hinting at an ancient trek
After ‘nano’ and ‘quantum’, epigenetics, an important branch of biology, is the latest scientific buzzword to be hijacked by quackery
The war against genetically modified organisms is full of fearmongering, errors, and fraud. Labeling them will not make you safer
Restoring the herds and landscape seen by Lewis and Clark
Are there enough jobs for all the people currently being trained in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics?
The latest Ebola crisis may yield clues about where it hides between outbreaks
Radioactivity stirs primal fears in many people, but Geoff Watts argues that an undue sense of its risks can cause real harm
Air conditioning isn’t bad for you or even (relatively) for the planet
By resurrecting the woolly mammoth, scientists hope to further study the molecular basis of evolution
After a hospital error, two pairs of Colombian identical twins were raised as two pairs of fraternal twins. This is the story of how they found one another — and of what happened next
A minimally acceptable ethical life involves using a substantial part of one’s spare resources to make the world a better place
Regardless of what you may think of Rachel Dolezal, racial transition is a valid experience. I have gone through it
Microbes control the Earth. They created it in its present form, and maintain it in its current state by creating a global electron marketplace that we call the biosphere
Experts clash over whether they count as a domesticated species.
Malthus, mutualism, and the politics of evolution in Victorian England