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The Little Metronome That Wouldn’t

If this wasn’t a science page, if this happened 3,000 years ago in, say, a Middle Eastern desert, I would […]

Can A Piece Of Hair Reveal How Much Coke Or Pepsi You Drink?

One way to know how much soda people drink is to ask them. The problem? We tend to underestimate, lie […]

Bans Of Same-Sex Marriage Can Take A Psychological Toll

As the country awaits two important Supreme Court decisions involving state laws on same-sex marriage, a small but consistent body […]

If Your Shrink Is A Bot, How Do You Respond?

Her hair is brown and tied back into a professional looking ponytail. She wears a blue shirt, tan sweater and […]

David Foster Wallace Tells Us About Freedom

This being Commencement Time, I’d like to share this gently dramatized version of David Foster Wallace’s 2005 address to the […]

Not Your Grandpa’s RV: This Roving Lab Tracks Air Pollution

If you’re driving down the road someday and you come across a camper with a 50-foot periscope sticking up into […]

What Did I Do Last Summer? Oh, I Discovered How To Make Babies Without Sex. And You?

Ah, if only all summers could be like June, July and August 1740 — when three young guys (and a […]

When Is the Right Time To Give?

Part 1 of the TED Radio Hour episode Giving It Away. About Mark Bezos’ TEDTalk Volunteer firefighter Mark Bezos tells […]

How Can You Give A Community Better Health?

Part 2 of the TED Radio Hour episode Giving It Away. About Ron Finley’s TEDTalk Ron Finley plants vegetable gardens […]

A Small Shock To The System May Help Brain With Math

Stimulating the brain with a very small electrical current through the forehead could boost a student’s ability to learn and […]

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