The truth behind the right-brain-left-brain debate, and how the ubiquitous bit of pop science wisdom came about.
Cell biologist Don Ingber explains how a modern sculpture inspired his major breakthrough in biology.
Arts critics are forced to get resourceful when their old funding sources dry up.
State-of-the-art prosthetics have caused controversy in sports, and raise questions about what it means to be human.
Detroit's legacy has curbed design innovation for many years -- can the next crop of designers rescue the U.S. auto industry.?
Jenova Chen created one of the top downloaded video games this year -- and surprisingly, it lets players commune with nature.
Movie ticket sales are up. Book buyers can't get enough of Malcolm Gladwell. What makes pop entertainment recession-proof?
Playwright and performer Sarah Jones talks about what it means to "sound black" today, and how Barack Obama has used "blaccent."
Artist and engineer Chuck Hoberman talks about what led him to his famous invention, which will soon be put into orbit around the Earth.
Fed up living as a starving writer, Katy Lederer took a job at a hedge fund, but she kept writing poetry on the side, often about money and our complicated lust for it.