Camilla Benbow and David Lubinski spent their lives studying child geniuses. Their advice on how to create a baby Einstein? Do nothing. Then, conspiracy theories have gotten a lot of attention in the last year, but psychologist Rob Brotherton says they've been around for a long time. And finally, Thomas Gilovich thinks he can make you wise... or at least, the wisest person in the room. Read More...

Millennials are feminist, progressive, and care a lot about gender equity. Right? According to Kei Kawashima-Ginsberg and Dan Cassino, it’s actually more complicated than that.

It’s relatively simple to organize a massive protest using Twitter and Facebook. And Zeynep Tufekci says that can make resistance movements weaker.

The average white family has 13 times the wealth of the average African-American family. Henry Rock explains how we can use entrepreneurship to lessen that divide.

What’s the difference between the 2017 Women’s March, and the 1963 March on Washington? Zeynep Tufekci explores protests in an internet age.  Read More...

Millennials are known for being liberal. But new research might upend that assumption. Read more....

The wealth gap between white and black families has grown since the 1960s. But one man thinks he might have an entrepreneurial solution. Read more....

Think you know better than your doctor? You don’t. Susan Jacoby and Tom Nichols explain why some of us are starting to distrust experts. 

Job interviews are a terrible way to measure candidates. Yale’s Jason Dana tells us why we can’t resist their siren call - and what we should do instead. 

Healthy lunches help kids… just not in the way you might think. Case Western Reserve’s Justin Gallagher explains.

Healthy school lunches might not affect child obesity rates. But they do make a difference. Professor Justin Gallagher explains. Read more....

When America has a problem, we no longer turn to the experts. And that’s a problem too. At least, according to Tom Nichols and Susan Jacoby. Read More...

Job interviews are stressful, time-consuming, and not even a good way to decide who to hire. So why do we use them? Yale professor Jason Dana explains. Read More...

California has the sixth largest economy in the world… and it’s on a collision course with the federal government. We ask public policy professor Sherry Jeffe what’s at stake. 

The sun delivers more energy to the Earth every day than we could ever use. Scientists are working on new and creative ways to harness it

The biggest tech disruptor Hollywood has ever faced? Sound. We talk with Hollywood historian Marc Wanamaker about how the movies got their voice.

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