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Wrecking ball smashing through glass window

People overlook power of subtraction, says engineer

We systematically add, even when subtraction is the real answer to our problems.

People overlook power of subtraction, says engineer
The value of paper money

How money became 'the most powerful metaphor' in the world

How money became 'the most powerful metaphor' in the world
Teenager logs into social media app on phone

Your digital footprint can come back to haunt you, says media historian

Your digital footprint can come back to haunt you, says media historian
Vote sign in a window with masked man looking at it in reflection

US could stand to dial down democracy, says economist

US could stand to dial down democracy, says economist
Child holds onto an inflatable globe

Capitalism is ruining the world, and can save it, says economist

Capitalism is ruining the world, and can save it, says economist
Pointing at brain scans

Nature vs nurture debate is 'totally dead in science,' says neuroscientist

Unlike smartphones, our mental hardware is tremendously changeable. Here’s how our remarkably nimble brains rewire themselves.

Nature vs nurture debate is 'totally dead in science,' says neuroscientist
Embryos in a dish

Walter Isaacson on how gene editing will change lives

CRISPR has enabled us to manipulate the code of life. Where might it take us next?

Walter Isaacson on how gene editing will change lives
Fingers type on a laptop keyboard

Email's death grip is strangling us, says computer scientist

Are we doing our work, or just talking about it?

Email's death grip is strangling us, says computer scientist
The US Constitution's first page

Americans are prone to reading Constitution as scripture, says legal scholar

Regarding the Constitution as divine amounts to “constitutional fundamentalism,” according to one law professor.

Americans are prone to reading Constitution as scripture, says legal scholar