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The best-selling author of Why People Believe Weird Things sees a fundamental clash between wokeness and scientific inquiry.
DIY biologists propose creating a public domain SARS-CoV-2 vaccine with $25,000 in funding.
John Tierney and Roy F. Baumeister want to defeat The Power of Bad.
During the 1970s, an FBI crime lab analyzed a purported sample of Bigfoot hair.
Wired's co-founder talks about the "Neobiological Revolution" and what happens when computer science and engineering meet evolution.
The "neurobiology of trauma" on campus is based more on social-justice goals than science. We've been here before.
Boston College psychologist Peter Gray says a cultural shift in child rearing is having dire consequences.
It's way too early to start putting people like me in jail based on our genomes
The savvy venture capitalists at Andreessen Horowitz are now banking on "smart drug" startup Nootrobox.
Hacking the Programs in Your Mind: Interview with Evolutionary Psychologists Leda Cosmides & John Tooby
By unlocking mechanisms that evolved in the brain, they've halted implicit racial bias and found the first female advantage in spatial cognition.
Panthera blytheae, "similar to a snow leopard"
Two Americans, German win award
Including the cocoa frog, pictured
Discovery may have implications for possibility of extra-terrestrial life
Not snakes, apparently
Looking out for the uggos
the quest for bacon
Howls correlate with social standing
The olinguito is a member of the raccoon family
Longest social memory observed in non-humans
Distant human ancestor was tiny, hyperactive
Hula painted frog
He is the lizard king
Under lab conditions
On a top 10 list, in fact
Some parts of Earth might as well be an alien planet
Suffered from severe dwarfism and died at age 6 or 7, or of rapid aging and died in the womb or after a premature birth
Forget the singularity, 3D printing is here
To survive the heat and toxicity