From what the Rorschach test actually tells us, to what exactly is going on inside teenagers’ heads, we’ve got stories that explore how and why we think the way we do. Read More...

Lice-infested beds, unwashed surgical tools, and cut-off fingers - healthcare in the 1800s was a bloody affair. We take a look at the man who changed all that. Then, how much power does a protest really have? Zeynep Tufekci explores whether they have the power to change politics. Finally, there’s a common thread in art, music, storytelling, and even business-creation: creativity. Read More...

How did surgery transform from a disgusting, unclean trade to what we know today? The answer: Joseph Lister. Read More...

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...

Creativity is a defining quality of humanity. So where did it come from? And how do we use it today? Read More...

Is China pulling ahead in the global race to achieve? What’s the use of a “useless” liberal arts degree? And should you be spending money on time or things? That’s all this week on Innovation Hub. Read More...

What do authority, test scores, and achievement have in common? They’re all a part of the Chinese education system. Read More...

Choosing between an engineering and philosophy major? Here’s some help. Read More...

Everyone has their eye on the latest iPhone. But would we be happier if we spent our money on things that saved us time? Harvard Business School’s Ashley Whillans has the answer. Read More...

This week on Innovation Hub, we examine the future of reproduction, how fringe ideas become mainstream, and the life of Leonardo Da Vinci. Read More...

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