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Could these three moons help us find life beyond Earth?

Right here in our solar system, researchers think these three small ocean-containing bodies -- Satur...

Why having a Plan B can sometimes backfire

Research has found that having a backup plan might actually sabotage your efforts toward Plan A. Rea...

101 books to dive into this summer: a massive reading list

More than TK TED speaker-recommended books, with all the diversity of titles and topics you might ex...

Even if we don’t love starlings, we should learn to live with them

They devour crops and cattle feed and nab other birds’ nesting sites. However, starlings can actua...

How one researcher is studying that tingly, universal, unmistakable and unsettling phenomenon known as déjà vu

Déjà vu -- we all know it when we feel it, but could we make it happen in someone else? Psychology...

Gallery: Pretty poison

Artist and professor John Sabraw is turning industrial acid runoff into striking pigments and paints...

The hidden truth about our prescription medications

Much of the data from clinical trials is withheld from the public, says scientist and advocate Sile ...

Why do protest camps have libraries?

From Hong Kong to Istanbul to New York, libraries are one of the defining elements of 21st-century d...

What 2,000 deaths can teach us about living a good life

Think newspapers’ obituary sections are just about dying? Think again. They’re celebrations of h...

The challenges of bringing health care to everyone, everywhere

Physicians Raj Panjabi and Seth Berkley are on a mission to ensure that every person in the world h...

What the mysterious symbols made by early humans can teach us about how we evolved

After examining dozens of Ice Age cave sites across Europe, paleo-archaeologist Genevieve von Petzin...

Can trees heal people?

The establishment of dozens of “healing forests” is part of South Korea’s surprising prescript...

The right way to be introspective (yes, there’s a wrong way)

Whisper it, but obsessive navel-gazing can be satisfying. Problem is, it can also be damaging. Organ...

The best possible thing you can do to help your child through your divorce

Most kids will suffer for a short time after a marriage ends, but what exacerbates and extends their...

How should we protect and preserve our history — on the moon?

As new moon-going efforts ramp up, space explorers must remember to protect what humans left there p...

Gallery: A beautiful temple made of light

How do you design a sacred space that invites people in regardless of who they are and what they bel...

The fascinatingly complex feat of trying to build a virtual worm

An open-source project is striving to create the world’s first fully digital organism. Here’s a ...

Gallery: 9 nurses who bring care and compassion to the US health system

A photographer's lovely visual thank-you to our nation's often overlooked medical professionals.

The amazing world that scientists are uncovering beneath the Earth’s crust

There are continents to explore right below our feet -- including two giant blobs 100 times as tall ...

Why we need to create A.I.s that think in ways that we can’t even imagine

We tend to think of A.I.s as faster and better versions of human brains, but if we want technology t...