Lisa Kudrow didn't start out wanting to be an actor: she studied sociobiology in college and wanted to become a researcher.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Frank McCourt passed away on July 19 -- we pay tribute to him with this 'Studio 360' interview from 2002.
Get a totally different take on eating Eggs Benedict with a biopsychologist and a gourmand.
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?