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1 Christopher Ategeka: How adoption worked for me 01/02/2018
2 Lisa Feldman Barrett: You aren't at the mercy of your emotions -- your brain creates them 01/02/2018
3 Lana Mazahreh: 3 thoughtful ways to conserve water 01/03/2018
4 Arik Hartmann: Our treatment of HIV has advanced. Why hasn't the stigma changed? 01/04/2018
5 Sue Jaye Johnson: What we don't teach kids about sex 01/04/2018
6 Stewart Brand and Chris Anderson: Mammoths resurrected, geoengineering and other thoughts from a futurist 01/05/2018
7 Touria El Glaoui: Inside Africa's thriving art scene 01/08/2018
8 Mindy Scheier: How adaptive clothing empowers people with disabilities 01/09/2018
9 Soyapi Mumba: Medical tech designed to meet Africa's needs 01/09/2018
10 Kevin Njabo: How we can stop Africa's scientific brain drain 01/10/2018
11 Alexis Charpentier: How record collectors find lost music and preserve our cultural heritage 01/11/2018
12 Marily Oppezzo: Want to be more creative? Go for a walk 01/11/2018
13 Jacob Collier: A one-man musical phenomenon 01/12/2018
14 Vivek Maru: How to put the power of law in people's hands 01/12/2018
15 Matt Goldman: The search for 'aha!' moments 01/16/2018
16 Michelle Knox: Talk about your death while you're still healthy 01/16/2018
17 Scott Williams: The hidden role informal caregivers play in health care 01/17/2018
18 Bob Inglis: American bipartisan politics can be saved -- here's how 01/18/2018
19 Anna Rosling Rönnlund: See how the rest of the world lives, organized by income 01/18/2018
20 Cleo Wade: Want to change the world? Start by being brave enough to care 01/19/2018
21 Azim Khamisa and Ples Felix: What comes after tragedy? Forgiveness 01/19/2018
22 Naoko Ishii: An economic case for protecting the planet 01/22/2018
23 Wendy Woods: The business benefits of doing good 01/23/2018
24 Edsel Salvaña: The dangerous evolution of HIV 01/23/2018
25 George Steinmetz: Photos of Africa, taken from a flying lawn chair 01/24/2018
26 David Katz: The surprising solution to ocean plastic 01/25/2018
27 Leila Takayama: What's it like to be a robot? 01/25/2018
28 Amar Inamdar: The thrilling potential for off-grid solar energy 01/26/2018
29 Fredros Okumu: Why I study the most dangerous animal on earth -- mosquitoes 01/29/2018
30 Susan David: The gift and power of emotional courage 01/30/2018
31 Mike Gil: Could fish social networks help us save coral reefs? 01/30/2018
32 Anjali Kumar: My failed mission to find God -- and what I found instead 01/31/2018
33 Mwende "FreeQuency" Katwiwa: Black life at the intersection of birth and death 02/01/2018
34 Danielle Wood: 6 space technologies we can use to improve life on Earth 02/01/2018
35 Peter Ouko: From death row to law graduate 02/02/2018
36 Stuart Duncan: How I use Minecraft to help kids with autism 02/02/2018
37 Guy Winch: How to fix a broken heart 02/05/2018
38 Karen Lloyd: This deep-sea mystery is changing our understanding of life 02/06/2018
38 Su Kahumbu: How we can help hungry kids, one text at a time 02/06/2018
39 John Cary: How architecture can create dignity for all 02/07/2018
40 Mohamad Jebara: This company pays kids to do their math homework 02/08/2018
41 Zachariah Mampilly: How protest is redefining democracy around the world 02/08/2018
42 Tito Deler: "My Fine Reward" 02/09/2018
43 Valarie Kaur: 3 lessons of revolutionary love in a time of rage 02/09/2018
44 Bhu Srinivasan: Capitalism isn't an ideology -- it's an operating system 02/12/2018
45 Marco Alverà: The surprising ingredient that makes businesses work better 02/13/2018
46 Nina Dølvik Brochmann and Ellen Støkken Dahl: The virginity fraud 02/13/2018
47 Dixon Chibanda: Why I train grandmothers to treat depression 02/14/2018
48 Walé Oyéjidé: Fashion that celebrates African strength and spirit 02/15/2018
49 Amit Kalra: 3 creative ways to fix fashion's waste problem 02/15/2018
50 Tanya Menon: The secret to great opportunities? The person you haven't met yet 02/16/2018
51 Margaret Mitchell: How we can build AI to help humans, not hurt us 02/20/2018
52 Jason Shen: Looking for a job? Highlight your ability, not your experience 02/20/2018
53 Nilay Kulkarni: A life-saving invention that prevents human stampedes 02/21/2018
54 Tiffany Kagure Mugo and Siphumeze Khundayi: How to have a healthier, positive relationship to sex 02/22/2018
55 Robert Hakiza: Refugees want empowerment, not handouts 02/22/2018
56 Tapiwa Chiwewe: You don't have to be an expert to solve big problems 02/23/2018
57 Howard C. Stevenson: How to resolve racially stressful situations 02/21/2018
58 Ilona Stengel: The role of human emotions in science and research 02/26/2018
59 Raymond Tang: Be humble -- and other lessons from the philosophy of water 02/27/2018
60 Chuck Nice: A funny look at the unintended consequences of technology 02/27/2018
61 Wendy Suzuki: The brain-changing benefits of exercise 02/28/2018
62 Dustin Schroeder: How we look kilometers below the Antarctic ice sheet 03/01/2018
63 Shameem Akhtar: To learn is to be free 03/01/2018
64 Felice Belle and Jennifer Murphy: How we became sisters 03/02/2018
65 Bill Bernat: How to connect with depressed friends 03/02/2018
66 Minda Dentler: What I learned when I conquered the world's toughest triathlon 03/05/2018
67 Marc Bamuthi Joseph: What soccer can teach us about freedom 03/05/2018
68 Petter Johansson: Do you really know why you do what you do? 03/06/2018
69 Kaustav Dey: How fashion helps us express who we are -- and what we stand for 03/06/2018
70 Naomi Klein: How shocking events can spark positive change 03/07/2018
71 Simone Bianco and Tom Zimmerman: The wonderful world of life in a drop of water 03/07/2018
72 Musimbi Kanyoro: To solve the world's biggest problems, invest in women and girls 03/08/2018
73 Sophie Andrews: The best way to help is often just to listen 03/09/2018
74 Iké Udé: The radical beauty of Africa, in portraits 03/12/2018
75 Deanna Van Buren: What a world without prisons could look like 03/13/2018
76 Alvin Irby: How to inspire every child to be a lifelong reader 03/13/2018
77 Daniel Susskind: 3 myths about the future of work (and why they're not true) 03/14/2018
78 Caroline Weaver: Why the pencil is perfect 03/15/2018
79 Daniel Engber: How the progress bar keeps you sane 03/15/2018
80 Paola Antonelli: The 3,000-year history of the hoodie 03/15/2018
81 Kyra Gaunt: How the jump rope got its rhythm 03/15/2018
82 Isaac Mizrahi: How the button changed fashion 03/15/2018
83 David Rockwell: The hidden ways stairs shape your life 03/15/2018
84 Margaret Gould Stewart: How the hyperlink changed everything 03/15/2018
85 Michael Bierut: The genius of the London Tube Map 03/15/2018
86 Isabel Wilkerson: The Great Migration and the power of a single decision 03/15/2018
87 Hadi Eldebek: Why must artists be poor? 03/15/2018
88 Rei: "my mama" / "BLACK BANANA" 03/16/2018
89 Sally Kohn: What we can do about the culture of hate 03/16/2018
90 Chris Nowinski: Can I have your brain? The quest for truth on concussions and CTE 03/19/2018
91 Adong Judith: How I use art to bridge misunderstanding 03/19/2018
92 Liz Ogbu: What if gentrification was about healing communities instead of displacing them? 03/20/2018
93 Bob Stein: A rite of passage for late life 03/20/2018
94 Soka Moses: For survivors of Ebola, the crisis isn't over 03/21/2018
95 Vittorio Loreto: Need a new idea? Start at the edge of what is known 03/22/2018
96 Eve Abrams: The human stories behind mass incarceration 03/22/2018
97 Sauti Sol: The rhythm of Afrobeat 03/23/2018
98 Amishi Jha: How to tame your wandering mind 03/23/2018
99 Matthias Müllenbeck: What if we paid doctors to keep people healthy? 03/26/2018
100 Vikram Sharma: How quantum physics can make encryption stronger 03/27/2018
101 Mennat El Ghalid: How fungi recognize (and infect) plants 03/27/2018
102 Erica Stone: Academic research is publicly funded -- why isn't it publicly available? 03/28/2018
103 Ndidi Nwuneli: The role of faith and belief in modern Africa 03/29/2018
104 Leo Igwe: Why I choose humanism over faith 03/29/2018
105 Judith Heumann: Our fight for disability rights -- and why we're not done yet 03/30/2018
106 Christian Picciolini: My descent into America's neo-Nazi movement -- and how I got out 03/28/2018
107 Raphael Arar: How we can teach computers to make sense of our emotions 04/02/2018
108 Irina Kareva: Math can help uncover cancer's secrets 04/03/2018
109 Drew Philp: My $500 house in Detroit -- and the neighbors who helped me rebuild it 04/03/2018
110 Andrew Dent: To eliminate waste, we need to rediscover thrift 04/04/2018
111 Danny Hillis: Should we create a solar shade to cool the earth? 04/05/2018
112 Kasiva Mutua: How I use the drum to tell my story 04/06/2018
113 Tara Houska: The Standing Rock resistance and our fight for indigenous rights 04/09/2018
114 José Andrés: How a team of chefs fed Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria 04/10/2018
115 Lera Boroditsky: How language shapes the way we think 04/11/2018
116 Malika Whitley: How the arts help homeless youth heal and build 04/11/2018
117 Jaron Lanier: How we need to remake the internet 04/12/2018
118 Robin Steinberg: What if we ended the injustice of bail? 04/12/2018
119 Heidi M. Sosik: The discoveries awaiting us in the ocean's twilight zone 04/12/2018
120 Caroline Harper: What if we eliminated one of the world's oldest diseases? 04/12/2018
121 Fred Krupp: Let's launch a satellite to track a threatening greenhouse gas 04/13/2018
122 Yasin Kakande: What's missing in the global debate over refugees 04/16/2018
123 Hannah Bürckstümmer: A printable, flexible, organic solar cell 04/17/2018
124 Mark Tyndall: The harm reduction model of drug addiction treatment 04/18/2018
125 Nancy Rabalais: The "dead zone" of the Gulf of Mexico 04/18/2018
126 Zachary R. Wood: Why it's worth listening to people you disagree with 04/19/2018
127 Diane Wolk-Rogers: A Parkland teacher's homework for us all 04/20/2018
128 Gwynne Shotwell: SpaceX's plan to fly you across the globe in 30 minutes 04/23/2018
129 Clemantine Wamariya: War and what comes after 04/24/2018
130 Dayo Ogunyemi: Visions of Africa's future, from African filmmakers 04/24/2018
131 Tracee Ellis Ross: A woman's fury holds lifetimes of wisdom 04/25/2018
132 Sarah Donnelly: How work kept me going during my cancer treatment 04/26/2018
133 Qudus Onikeku and The QTribe: "RainMakers" 04/27/2018
134 Dylan Marron: How I turn negative online comments into positive offline conversations 04/27/2018
135 Steven Pinker: Is the world getting better or worse? A look at the numbers 04/30/2018
136 Eric Berridge: Why tech needs the humanities 05/01/2018
137 John Amory: How a male contraceptive pill could work 05/01/2018
138 Laura L. Dunn: It's time for the law to protect victims of gender violence 05/02/2018
139 Tania Douglas: To design better tech, understand context 05/03/2018
140 Ibeyi: "Valé" / "River" 05/04/2018
141 Frances Frei: How to build (and rebuild) trust 05/04/2018
142 Priya Vulchi and Winona Guo: What it takes to be racially literate 05/07/2018
143 Sarah Murray: A playful solution to the housing crisis 05/08/2018
144 Simone Giertz: Why you should make useless things 05/09/2018
145 LB Hannahs: What it's like to be a transgender dad 05/10/2018
146 Thandiswa Mazwai: "Iyeza" / "Zabalaza" 05/10/2018
147 Emily Nagoski: The truth about unwanted arousal 05/11/2018
148 Kate Raworth: A healthy economy should be designed to thrive, not grow 05/14/2018
149 Rola Hallam: The doctors, nurses and aid workers rebuilding Syria 05/15/2018
150 Kirsty Duncan: Scientists must be free to learn, to speak and to challenge 05/16/2018
151 Robert Neuwirth: The age-old sharing economies of Africa -- and why we should scale them 05/17/2018
152 Nighat Dad: How Pakistani women are taking the internet back 05/17/2018
153 Helen Gillet: "You Found Me" 05/18/2018
154 Yuval Noah Harari: Why fascism is so tempting -- and how your data could power it 05/18/2018
155 Ingrid Fetell Lee: Where joy hides and how to find it 05/21/2018
156 Michael Rain: What it's like to be the child of immigrants 05/22/2018
157 Michael Hendryx: The shocking danger of mountaintop removal -- and why it must end 05/22/2018
158 Emily Levine: How I made friends with reality 05/23/2018
159 Amy Edmondson: How to turn a group of strangers into a team 05/24/2018
160 Jeremy Forbes: How to start a conversation about suicide 05/24/2018
161 Gene Luen Yang: Comics belong in the classroom 05/25/2018
162 Susan Emmett: This simple test can help kids hear better 05/29/2018
163 Anushka Naiknaware: A teen scientist's invention to help wounds heal 05/29/2018
164 Hugh Herr: How we'll become cyborgs and extend human potential 05/30/2018
165 tobacco brown: What gardening taught me about life 05/31/2018
166 Lauren Pharr: How vultures can help solve crimes 05/31/2018
167 Aaswath Raman: How we can turn the cold of outer space into a renewable resource 06/01/2018
168 Oskar Eustis: Why theater is essential to democracy 06/04/2018
169 Chera Kowalski: The critical role librarians play in the opioid crisis 06/05/2018
170 Elizabeth Cawein: How to build a thriving music scene in your city 09/27/2018
171 Brett Hennig: What if we replaced politicians with randomly selected people? 06/05/2018
172 Yasmin Green: How technology can fight extremism and online harassment 06/06/2018
173 Enric Sala: Let's turn the high seas into the world's largest nature reserve 06/06/2018
174 Olga Yurkova: Inside the fight against Russia's fake news empire 06/07/2018
175 John Doerr: Why the secret to success is setting the right goals 06/11/2018
176 Greg Gage: How a dragonfly's brain is designed to kill 06/11/2018
177 Greg Gage: How sound can hack your memory while you sleep 06/11/2018
178 Greg Gage: How you can make a fruit fly eat veggies 06/11/2018
179 Greg Gage: This computer is learning to read your mind 06/11/2018
180 Greg Gage: The real reason why mosquitoes buzz 06/11/2018
181 Greg Gage: How octopuses battle each other 06/11/2018
182 Jason B. Rosenthal: The journey through loss and grief 06/12/2018
183 Max Tegmark: How to get empowered, not overpowered, by AI 06/13/2018
184 Giada Gerboni: The incredible potential of flexible, soft robots 06/14/2018
185 Katlego Kolanyane-Kesupile: How I'm bringing queer pride to my rural village 06/14/2018
186 Prosanta Chakrabarty: Four billion years of evolution in six minutes 06/15/2018
187 Gastón Acurio: Can home cooking change the world? 06/18/2018
188 Frans de Waal: The surprising science of alpha males 06/18/2018
189 Poppy Crum: Technology that knows what you're feeling 06/19/2018
190 Essam Daod: How we can bring mental health support to refugees 06/20/2018
191 Reed Hastings: How Netflix changed entertainment -- and where it's headed 06/21/2018
192 Anna Rothschild: Why you should love gross science 06/21/2018
193 James Bridle: The nightmare videos of children's YouTube -- and what's wrong with the internet today 06/22/2018
194 Vishaan Chakrabarti: How we can design timeless cities for our collective future 06/25/2018
195 Paul Rucker: The symbols of systemic racism -- and how to take away their power 06/26/2018
196 Ian Firth: Bridges should be beautiful 06/27/2018
197 Karen J. Meech: The story of 'Oumuamua, the first visitor from another star system 06/27/2018
198 Travis Rieder: The agony of opioid withdrawal -- and what doctors should tell patients about it 06/28/2018
199 Rodin Lyasoff: How autonomous flying taxis could change the way you travel 06/29/2018
200 Penny Chisholm: The tiny creature that secretly powers the planet 07/02/2018
201 Lindsay Malloy: Why teens confess to crimes they didn't commit 07/03/2018
202 Steve Boyes: How we're saving one of Earth's last wild places 07/03/2018
203 Lindsay Malloy: Why teens confess to crimes they didn't commit 07/03/2018
204 Steve Boyes: How we're saving one of Earth's last wild places 07/03/2018
205 Jennifer Wilcox: A new way to remove CO2 from the atmosphere 07/05/2018
206 Jakob Magolan: A crash course in organic chemistry 07/06/2018
207 Gary Liu: The rapid growth of the Chinese internet -- and where it's headed 07/09/2018
208 Kola Masha: How farming could employ Africa's young workforce -- and help build peace 07/10/2018
209 Dan Knights: How we study the microbes living in your gut 07/10/2018
210 Dan Gibson: How to build synthetic DNA and send it across the internet 07/11/2018
211 Dina Katabi: A new way to monitor vital signs (that can see through walls) 07/12/2018
212 Elizabeth White: An honest look at the personal finance crisis 07/12/2018
213 Lili Haydn: "The Last Serenade" 07/13/2018
214 Renzo Piano: The genius behind some of the world's most famous buildings 07/13/2018
215 Will Marshall: The mission to create a searchable database of Earth's surface 07/16/2018
216 Rebeca Hwang: The power of diversity within yourself 07/17/2018
217 Kashmir Hill and Surya Mattu: What your smart devices know (and share) about you 07/18/2018
218 Mary Maker: Why I fight for the education of refugee girls (like me) 08/15/2018
219 Halima Aden: How I went from child refugee to international model 08/30/2018
220 Mikhail Zygar: What the Russian Revolution would have looked like on social media 07/18/2018
221 Stephen Webb: Where are all the aliens? 07/19/2018
222 Boy Girl Banjo: "Dead Romance" 07/20/2018
223 Tamekia MizLadi Smith: How to train employees to have difficult conversations 07/20/2018
224 Lucy Marcil: Why doctors are offering free tax prep in their waiting rooms 07/23/2018
225 Pratik Shah: How AI is making it easier to diagnose disease 07/24/2018
226 Christina Wallace: How to stop swiping and find your person on dating apps 07/24/2018
227 Supasorn Suwajanakorn: Fake videos of real people -- and how to spot them 07/25/2018
228 Bronwyn King: You may be accidentally investing in cigarette companies 07/26/2018
229 Christoph Niemann: You are fluent in this language (and don't even know it) 07/27/2018
230 Kai-Fu Lee: How AI can save our humanity 08/13/2018
231 Tina Seelig: The little risks you can take to increase your luck 08/14/2018
232 DK Osseo-Asare: What a scrapyard in Ghana can teach us about innovation 08/16/2018
233 Hasini Jayatilaka: How cancer cells communicate -- and how we can slow them down 08/16/2018
234 Walter Hood: How urban spaces can preserve history and build community 08/17/2018
235 Yelle: "Interpassion" / "Ba$$in" 08/20/2018
236 Chetna Gala Sinha: How women in rural India turned courage into capital 08/20/2018
237 Stephen DeBerry: Why the "wrong side of the tracks" is usually the east side of cities 08/21/2018
238 Jessica Pryce: To transform child welfare, take race out of the equation 08/21/2018
239 Janet Stovall: How to get serious about diversity and inclusion in the workplace 08/22/2018
240 Leticia Gasca: Don't fail fast -- fail mindfully 08/23/2018
241 Mary Lou Jepsen: How we can use light to see deep inside our bodies and brains 08/24/2018
242 Dread Scott: How art can shape America's conversation about freedom 08/27/2018
243 Nora Atkinson: Why art thrives at Burning Man 08/28/2018
244 Burçin Mutlu-Pakdil: A rare galaxy that's challenging our understanding of the universe 08/28/2018
245 Angel Hsu: How China is (and isn't) fighting pollution and climate change 08/29/2018
246 Alexandra Sacks: A new way to think about the transition to motherhood 08/30/2018
247 Sunni Patterson: "Wild Women" 08/31/2018
248 Tammy Lally: Let's get honest about our money problems 08/31/2018
249 Steve McCarroll: How data is helping us unravel the mysteries of the brain 09/04/2018
250 Esther Sullivan: America's most invisible communities -- mobile home parks 09/04/2018
251 Nikki Clifton: 3 ways businesses can fight sex trafficking 09/06/2018
252 Mark Pollock and Simone George: A love letter to realism in a time of grief 09/07/2018
253 Pierre Barreau: How AI could compose a personalized soundtrack to your life 09/10/2018
254 Andrew Bastawrous: A new way to fund health care for the most vulnerable 09/10/2018
255 Benedetta Berti: Did the global response to 9/11 make us safer? 09/11/2018
256 Elise LeGrow: "You Never Can Tell" / "Over the Mountain, Across the Sea" 09/12/2018
257 Will MacAskill: What are the most important moral problems of our time? 09/12/2018
258 Ghada Wali: How I'm using LEGO to teach Arabic 09/13/2018
259 Luhan Yang: How to create a world where no one dies waiting for a transplant 09/13/2018
260 Tom Griffiths: 3 ways to make better decisions -- by thinking like a computer 09/14/2018
261 The Soul Rebels: "Rebelosis" / "Rebel Rock" / "Rebel on That Level" 09/17/2018
262 Simona Francese: Your fingerprints reveal more than you think 09/17/2018
263 Sian Leah Beilock: Why we choke under pressure -- and how to avoid it 09/18/2018
264 Kate Stone: The press trampled on my privacy. Here's how I took back my story 09/18/2018
265 Niels van Namen: Why the hospital of the future will be your own home 09/19/2018
266 Kaitlyn Sadtler: How we could teach our bodies to heal faster 09/20/2018
267 Chip Colwell: Why museums are returning cultural treasures 09/20/2018
268 Luke Sital-Singh: "Afterneath" / "Killing Me" 09/21/2018
269 Catherine Mohr: How I became part sea urchin 09/21/2018
270 Tommy McCall: The simple genius of a good graphic 09/24/2018
271 Tracie Keesee: How police and the public can create safer neighborhoods together 09/25/2018
272 Kym Worthy: What happened when we tested thousands of abandoned rape kits in Detroit 09/26/2018
273 Asali DeVan Ecclesiastes: "Chasms" 09/28/2018
274 Isadora Kosofsky: Intimate photos of a senior love triangle 09/28/2018
275 Liv Boeree: 3 lessons on decision-making from a poker champion 10/01/2018
276 DeAndrea Salvador: How we can make energy more affordable for low-income families 10/02/2018
277 Kristie Overstreet: What doctors should know about gender identity 10/02/2018
278 Christine Porath: Why being respectful to your coworkers is good for business 10/03/2018
279 Melinda Epler: 3 ways to be a better ally in the workplace 10/04/2018
280 Magatte Wade: Why it's too hard to start a business in Africa -- and how to change it 10/04/2018
281 Camille A. Brown: "New Second Line" 10/05/2018
282 Michel Dugon: The secrets of spider venom 10/05/2018
283 Alex Honnold: How I climbed a 3,000-foot vertical cliff -- without ropes 10/08/2018
284 Ashwini Anburajan: How cryptocurrency can help start-ups get investment capital 10/09/2018
285 David Korins: 3 ways to create a space that moves you, from a Broadway set designer 10/09/2018
286 Rebecca Onie: What Americans agree on when it comes to health 10/10/2018
287 Chip Conley: What baby boomers can learn from millennials at work — and vice versa 10/11/2018
288 Kelly Richmond Pope: How whistle-blowers shape history 10/12/2018
289 Chris A. Kniesly: History through the eyes of a chicken 10/12/2018
290 David Lang: Let's protect the oceans like national parks 10/15/2018
291 Juan Enriquez: La selección latinoamericana de cerebros 10/15/2018
292 Iseult Gillespie: Why should you read "Waiting for Godot"? 10/15/2018
293 Kate Darling: Why we have an emotional connection to robots 10/16/2018
294 Faith Osier: The key to a better malaria vaccine 10/16/2018
295 Congrui Jin: What if cracks in concrete could fix themselves? 10/16/2018
295 Johan Rockström: 5 transformational policies for a prosperous and sustainable world 10/17/2018
295 Daniel Kraft: The pharmacy of the future? Personalized pills, 3D printed at home 10/18/2018
296 Gillian Gibb: Why can't some birds fly? 10/18/2018
297 Matt Russo: What does the universe sound like? A musical tour 10/19/2018
298 Vinay Shandal: How conscious investors can turn up the heat and make companies change 10/22/2018
299 Leonora Neville: The princess who rewrote history 10/22/2018
300 Wanis Kabbaj: How nationalism and globalism can coexist 10/23/2018
301 Andrew Zimmerman Jones: Does time exist? 10/23/2018
302 Henrietta Fore: How we can help young people build a better future 10/24/2018
303 Darieth Chisolm: How revenge porn turns lives upside down 10/24/2018
304 Elizabeth Streb: My quest to defy gravity and fly 10/25/2018
305 Dennis Shasha: Can you solve the stolen rubies riddle? 10/25/2018
306 A Tribe Called Red: "We Are the Halluci Nation" 10/26/2018
307 Charles C. Mann: How will we survive when the population hits 10 billion? 10/26/2018
308 Alexis Jones: Redefining manhood—one locker room talk at a time 10/26/2018
309 Shane Wickes: Why I came out as a gay football coach 10/29/2018
310 Rachel Wurzman: How isolation fuels opioid addiction 10/29/2018
311 Brian D. Avery: How rollercoasters affect your body 10/29/2018
312 Fadi Chehadé and Bryn Freedman: What everyday citizens can do to claim power on the internet 10/30/2018
313 Joan C. Williams: We won't fix American politics until we talk about class — here's why 09/30/2018
314 Keith Eggener: The fascinating history of cemeteries 10/30/2018
315 Graham Allison: Is war between China and the US inevitable? 10/30/2018
316 Finn Lützow-Holm Myrstad: How tech companies deceive you into giving up your data and privacy 10/31/2018
317 David Fleischer: How to fight prejudice through policy conversations 11/01/2018
318 Brian Olson: How an algorithm can fight election bias so every vote counts 11/01/2018
319 Dolly Chugh: How to let go of being a "good" person -- and become a better person 11/01/2018
320 Julia Shaw: A memory scientist's advice on reporting harassment and discrimination 11/02/2018
321 Suzie Sheehy: The case for curiosity-driven research 11/05/2018
322 Özlem Cekic: Why I have coffee with people who send me hate mail 11/06/2018
323 Franklin Leonard: How I accidentally changed the way movies get made 11/07/2018
324 Mara Mintzer: How kids can help design cities 11/07/2018
325 Michael Green: The global goals we've made progress on -- and the ones we haven't 11/08/2018
326 Tamas Kocsis: The case for a decentralized internet 11/09/2018
327 Alex Edmans: What to trust in a "post-truth" world 11/12/2018
328 Teresa Bejan: Is civility a sham? 11/14/2018
329 Julia Dhar: How to disagree productively and find common ground 11/19/2018
330 Sebastien de Halleux: How a fleet of wind-powered drones is changing our understanding of the ocean 11/20/2018
331 David Cage: How video games turn players into storytellers
332 Paul Rucker: How my mom inspired my approach to the cello 11/21/2018
333 Aparna Mehta: Where do your online returns go? 11/21/2018
334 Floyd E. Romesberg: The radical possibilities of man-made DNA 11/26/2018
335 Nita Farahany: When technology can read minds, how will we protect our privacy? 11/27/2018
336 Gabby Rivera: The story of Marvel's first queer Latina superhero 11/29/2018
337 Tarana Burke: Me Too is a movement, not a moment 11/30/2018
338 Chieh Huang: Confessions of a recovering micromanager 12/03/2018
339 Amy Herman: A lesson on looking 12/06/2018
340 Ai-jen Poo: The work that makes all other work possible 12/07/2018
341 Alan Crickmore: How storytelling helps parents in prison stay connected to their kids 12/10/2018
342 J. Marshall Shepherd: 3 kinds of bias that shape your worldview 12/11/2018
343 Nadjia Yousif: Why you should treat the tech you use at work like a colleague 12/12/2018
344 Carla Harris: How to find the person who can help you get ahead at work 12/13/2018
345 Douglas Rushkoff: How to be "Team Human" in the digital future 12/13/2018
346 Madame Gandhi and Amber Galloway-Gallego: "Top Knot Turn Up" / "Bad Habits" 12/14/2018
347 Katharine Hayhoe: The most important thing you can do to fight climate change: talk about it 12/14/2018
348 Li Wei Tan: The fascinating science of bubbles, from soap to champagne 12/17/2018
349 Eldra Jackson: How I unlearned dangerous lessons about masculinity 12/18/2018
350 Darrick Hamilton: How "baby bonds" could help close the wealth gap 12/18/2018
351 Dana Kanze: The real reason female entrepreneurs get less funding 12/20/2018
352 Ariana Curtis: Museums should honor the everyday, not just the extraordinary 12/21/2018


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