neuroscience

homo sapiens

This Is the Oldest Drawing by Humans Ever Found

Dating back 73,000 years, the drawing smashes the record for oldest figurative drawing by about 30,000 years.
Becky Ferreira
9.13.18
The High Life

What Cocaine and Weed Do to Memory

"Your memory is really your identity. Your own history, your own desires, your own fears."
Shayla Love
8.10.18
Gender

It's Confirmed: Women are Higher Beings

A new study shows how men's brains are geared towards selfishness, and women's brains towards kindness.
VICE Staff
10.10.17
Memory

Why It's So Hard to Remember a New Person's Name

The human brain is capable of great things, just not this.
Ruchira Sharma
6.27.17
Motherboard

Spending Time Around Traffic Is Literally Destroying Your Brain

New research finds a marked increase in dementia among those living by busy roadways.
Michael Byrne
1.22.17
News

This Neuroscientist Argues That Addiction Is Not a Disease and Rehab Is Bullshit

Marc Lewis, a former drug addict and current neuroscientist, says the medical model of treating addiction needs to be challenged.
Neil Sharma
12.7.15
News

Ben Carson Is V. Chill

The former pediatric neurosurgeon is the literal sleeper candidate of the Republican presidential race.
Allie Conti
9.17.15
Stuff

Scientifically, Does Gaydar Actually Exist?

Scientific studies of gaydar show that its horribly inaccurate. But that's OK. You might not need it soon.
Mike Pearl
8.18.15
Stuff

Lie Detector Brain Scans Could Be the Future of Murder Trials

As Gary Smith prepares to go into his third (and likely final) trial for the murder of Mike McQueen, VICE takes a look at the cutting edge lie detector that could have shifted the balance in Smith's favor.
David Cox
5.24.15
Stuff

Dr. James Fallon Makes Being a Psychopath Look Like Fun

An interview with a man who lacks empathy.
Roc Morin
10.6.14
Stuff

I Lost a Chunk of My Skull in Dresden

Hey morons, stop slapping my helmet.
Tara Oakes
8.4.14
Pen Pals

Addiction Isn't a Disease, I'm Just a Dick

It’s an insult to anyone with cancer to suggest that addiction is a disease of similar nature.
Bert Burykill
5.2.13