The science of what we eat, a lack of evidence in medicine, and why useless knowledge isn’t so useless. That’s all this week on Innovation Hub. Read More...

Rachel Herz explains how the brain affects our relationship with food, even without us knowing it. Read More...

You would think that every single treatment you’re given at the hospital or doctor’s office is rooted in strong evidence, right? Not necessarily. Read More...

What’s the purpose of funding basic research with no obvious application? Robbert Dijkgraaf says it can lead to incredibly useful scientific advancements. Read More...

Silent movies, connected toilets, and Amish technology. That’s all this week, on Innovation Hub. Read More...

Beyond “Singin’ in the Rain” and “Sunset Boulevard,” what was the transition to talkies really like for Hollywood? Read more....

You’ve heard of the smartphone and the smartwatch, but the smart umbrella? David Rose tells us how everyday objects can be made magical. Read More...

Even without cars and computers, the Amish have managed to start and grow successful businesses. Read more....

The Protestant Reformation and Facebook. Pain and the ability to run fast. Nature and psychological health. This week on Innovation Hub, we’re looking at unexpected connections. Read More...

There’s a connection between the Protestant Reformation and Facebook. Niall Ferguson explains. Read More...

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