Senior staff writer, Features.
Persistent anti-vaccination myths from Airbnb hosts are raising new questions about what the platform can do to stop them.
Our brains fill in what we can’t see—like the lower half of someone’s face—but those predictions are often incorrect.
Companies can own potentially valuable psychedelic IP without anyone even knowing if it works.
Funded in part by Tim Ferriss, the Project on Psychedelics Law and Regulation will tackle the many unanswered legal questions facing psychedelic-assisted therapy.
And if so, does it matter? In a new book, philosopher Chris Letheby confronts the nature and implications of the mystical experiences people often have while taking psychedelics.
A recent application from CB Therapeutics on biosynthetic psilocybin is emblematic of the IP concerns around novelty and obviousness the psychedelic field will face.
"He eats bread and drinks beer but it does not go well for him, then says, ‘Oh, my heart!’ and is dejected."
Looking back at the widely criticized black square campaign reveals what the actual risks (and occasional rewards) are to sharing our moral beliefs online
There’s a glaring omission from the discussion about why some “can’t quit” pandemic behaviors: the mental and emotional toll of the last year.