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.
On the science of cultured meat and other non-sentient meat options, as well as the mismatch between health organization advice on healthy diet and our increasing demand for protein.
How is animal intelligence defined and measured, what evolutionary pressures are believed to result in intelligence, and what, if anything, makes human beings special?