How does new tech really impact our politics? Why did abolitionist Frederick Douglass think photography would pull the nation together? And why do we care so much about what happens in Casablanca or Stranger Things or Raiders of the Lost Ark? Answers to all these questions, and more, on this week’s Innovation Hub. Read More...

Technology has the power to unite - and divide - us. We look back at what history has to say about tech’s long, complicated and troubled relationship with politics. Read More...

Remember how broken up you were at the end of “The Notebook”? There’s a biological reason for that. Read More...

This week on Innovation Hub, we’ve got stories about the science behind healthy eating, the role clipper ships played in early American trading, and how one company is combining fashion and tech. Read More...

A calorie is not just a calorie. High-fat dairy might be good for you. We explore what the latest nutrition research tells us about diet and weight. Read More...

Tea. Opium. The rise of San Francisco. Clipper ships reshaped America, and America’s role in the world. Read More...

A 3-D printer that makes clothing. A jacket that heats itself up based on your body temperature. NASA-inspired fabric. The way we think about clothes is changing — and it could affect the way we dress forever. Read More...

Are you putting together your New Year’s resolutions? There are a bunch of ways that you can learn better, whether you want to speak a second language or get better at math. Read More...

There are lots of techniques and strategies for learning, but what really works? We explore the latest research. Read More...    

Many of us have tried learning a second language. But it turns out: there’s a ticking clock on how long we can do it well. And now we know when the countdown ends. Read More...

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