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People are trying them. The media is touting them. But scientists say we need to know more about how they work and when they can help.
By Tracie White
How becoming more present changes your brain, and ways to get started.
Chemical engineer Zhenan Bao strives to re-create nature’s ultimate electronic system: skin.
Sam McDonald came to campus to build roads and departed with one named after him.
Meeting new people can be uncomfortable. You should do it anyway.
My simple mistake changed everything.
Oh, baby. A Gen Zer looks to philosophers, earth systems scientists and others to answer a loaded question.
Forgiveness is the ability to regain peace when part of your life didn’t work out the way you wanted. Who doesn’t want that?
When an Internet smear campaign went viral, South Korean hip-hop star Tablo fought back with the only weapon he had: the truth. Sometimes, even that isn’t enough.
If, after 25 years, affirmative action has not succeeded in ending discrimination, perhaps it is time to try something else.
David Sacks and Peter Thiel
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