A fresh take on the science of consciousness from philosopher Jussi Jylkkä and neuroscientist Henry Railo.
Published in The Writing Cooperative. I must have looked ghastly — hunched, eyes wide, the blue light from my screen giving my skin a sickly glow. I had been sitting... read more →
Published for Fiction Friday in P.S. I Love You. A couple descends to Black Sands Beach to find they have conflicting views on happiness.
Can asking the right questions yield insight about the neural correlates of consciousness?
O’Malley’s collaborative art has much to teach us about shared subjective experiences.
A deep dive into the anatomy of the ascending reticular activating system of the human brain.
My take on the frequently referenced 1974 essay by philosopher Thomas Nagel, “What is it like to be a bat?”
Let's forget most of what we know about brain structure and think of the brain as a sand dune.
A short history of the teratoma assay and the push to stop its use in stem cell research.