At a time of such rapid change, what it means to be human is constantly being questioned and re-evaluated. With more time spent communicating via screens and less time spent on human to human interaction than ever before, the very basis of humanity is shifting. What does it mean to be a human in the…

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Scientists Made a Functional Replica Of Human Organs At Almost One Millionth The Size

Many of the barriers to scientific breakthroughs are based on testing and time. Rightly, any developments need to be based on rigorous experimentation and proven results. What’s exciting about this research from North Carolina is that it holds the possibility of finding a sweet spot where accurate modelling of human organs and efficiency overlap. Tiny,…

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Life Finds A Way: What Evolution Teaches Us About Creativity By Andreas Wagner

In this fascinating excerpt from his book, Life Finds a Way, author and professor Andreas Wagner likens creativity to nature’s determination to problem-solve. We love the idea that being playful isn’t just for practise or fun, but it actually promotes flexibility and prepares for unpredictability. This can extend to dreaming and mind-wandering, too. Suspending judgement…

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