This Week in Science
We're Getting Closer to Turning People’s Thoughts into Speech
This week in science: genetically modified, drug-producing chickens, the health benefits of being a morning person, and using artificial intelligence to read minds.
The Century-Long Battle to Disprove the Myth That All Women Want Children
In 1916, psychologist Leta Hollingworth published a paper in the "American Journal of Sociology" challenging the notion that women naturally want to procreate. One hundred years later, we're still struggling with the idea.
You'll Sleep When You're Dead
Why Do Different People Need Different Amounts of Sleep?
Whether you're a morning or evening person could be guided by your genes.
Why Can't a Woman Decide to Be Childless Without Being Called Selfish?
I'm not sure if I want kids or not, but I know I'm tired of everyone telling me what I should want.