Body and Mind

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Moral outrage is a powerful thing. But why do we care what other people do? Researcher Jillian Jordan explains. Read more....

Dauphin

There’s no such thing as a free lunch. But could that change? We explore the idea of a “guaranteed basic income.” Read more....

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This week on Innovation Hub, we’ve got stories about modification, in all its forms. Read more....

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Technology is reshaping the work our doctors and nurses do every day… and not always in a good way. We talk with Dr. Robert Wachter about the unintended consequences of mixing medicine and tech. Read More...

Humanoid Robot

Think politics is polarized? Author Kurt Gray explains why we’ve evolved to break into groups so easily. Read More...

Varieties of Sunscreen

Traditional sunscreens have chemicals that can seep into our bodies. Not cool, right? Biomedical engineer Mark Saltzman thinks he might have a sticky solution to the problem. Read More...

Dinner for two

A new study explains how birds of a feather might flock together, while opposites usually don’t attract. Read More...

Exit sign

When at first you don’t succeed… it’s probably a good sign. We talk with writer Matthew Syed about the keys to failure.

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Want your kids to be creative? According to Eric Weiner, you shouldn’t make things easy for them. Read more....

Cyclists in the Tour of California

The mind-body link isn’t just for homeopathic devotees; it’s a proven medical connection. Jo Marchant explains. Read more...

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