Science & Technology

Cortisol: The Stress Hormone That’s Revealing Our Unhealthy Lifestyles

Our everyday life has stress in it. We are rushing either through traffic, to work or picking something up — if you have kids,...

Matt Ridley’s Vivid Depiction of Francis Crick

Matt Ridley delivers a brief but well structure account about the incredible life of the Nobel laureate, Francis Crick and his triumph in science.

Solitary Confinement: A Cruel Punishment for the Brain

On September 11, 2011, two American hikers were released from an Iranian prison after being kept there for two years. The hikers, along with...

The Apple Test: Simon Sinek and His Concept of “Why” in...

Simon Sinek focuses on Apple's dedication to starting with why they do things in his book Start with Why. So why don't more companies use his philosophy?

Eric Kandel On Unusual Brains and What They Tell Us

In August 2018, neuroscientist Eric Kandel released The Disordered Mind: What Unusual Brains Tells Us About Ourselves, and we're here to review it. Eric Kandel On...

Feeling Unhappy? Here’s What Happens in Your Brain

Unhappiness is one of the worst feelings on the planet. It gives us a sense of hopelessness. Many of us think that unhappiness is...

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.

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.