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While biology shows us gender can be fluid, our brains struggle to see it that way.
Why human intelligence and AI will co-evolve.
We predicted cell phones, but not women in the workplace.
If you could bring a loved one back from the dead, should you?
Why Stanislaw Lem’s futurism deserves attention.
As pills and gadgets proliferate, what matters is still social connection.
The philanthropist explains his love affair with Mozambique’s once-ravaged national park.
With our brains plugged into virtual worlds all day, what is real?
Could war games replace the real thing?
Fifty years ago, who knew we’d learn to clone genes and find water on Mars?
Harvard’s David Edwards talks to Nautilus about how ideas can change the world.
The world is your casino. But bettors beware—the house always wins.
A report from a future where genetic engineering has sabotaged society.
MacArthur Fellow Danielle Bassett says learning works best when you don’t overthink it.
Robert Boyle, a founding member of the Royal Society, was part of an “invisible college” of natural philosophers and physicians who lived by the motto: “nullius in verba,” or, “nobody’s…Read More
Over 10 years ago, a digital experiment called Second Life launched, and excitement surged about the idea of interacting in online virtual worlds. Created by Linden Lab, a company founded…Read More
When Hurricane Sandy destroyed much of the New York and New Jersey coastlines, in October 2012, the looming threat of climate change abruptly became personal for a large portion of the…Read More
Gregory Laughlin has a funny story: While he was working as a planetary scientist at the NASA Ames Research Center in the early 2000s, he was accused in the press of trying to shove Earth…Read More