HOUSE OF CARDS Season Six Disarms Womankind

Where the finals season of House of Cards has an opportunity to be effective in new ways is where it fails, as women are gifted leadership, and then shamed.

Walking Again: How Neurotechnology Helped Three Individuals

A recent study published in Nature, titled "Targeted neurotechnology restores walking in humans with spinal cord injury", is challenging the notion of eternal paralyzation of the body.

Movember: The Month of Manly Facial Hair

Beards, mustaches, goatees, and everything else under the sun. November is the month of men, and facial hair. Not only to show manliness, but with a cause.

The American Bison: Comeback King of the North American Plains

The North American bison experienced a near-extinction event, only to bounce back from overhunting in one of the greatest comebacks ever.

A Ghost in Your Bedroom? How the Brain Creates Ghosts During Sleep Paralysis

Sleep Paralysis is a common disorder where the brain shuts down our body, from head to toe, during the REM (rapid eye movement) sleep phase. This, as the famous neurologist V.S. Ramachandran explains, is done for us to not act out our dreams and potentially hurt ourselves.