Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg claims consolidating information will lead to better privacy. Gennie Gebhart has her doubts.
Lynne Isbell considers how ophidiophobia actually helped human beings to evolve their vision.
Like Sun Ra said, space is the place. But only if we keep it open and peaceful. Gwenaëlle Lefeuvre interviews the president of the International Space University on how to do it.
Fifth generation wireless claims to be the future of broadband. It isn’t. So why the hype? Ernesto Falcon writes.
Of midwifery, home births, and hubris. Hilda Bastian considers the problems with breech birth at home.
Globalization has spread the Western prejudice against fat far and wide. Stephen E. Nash writes.
Matthew Stallard surveys the less entertaining uses of DNA sequencing: as tools of racism and ethnic cleansing.
Fixing the broken Article 13 requires European parliamentarians to take on monopolies. But will they? Cory Doctorow writes.