Plug-and-play human organs, non-human intelligences and missions to Mars add speculative spice to a year of cultural events focused on the future
From what to do about Einstein to tricks for survival to doing away with sexist neurotrash, it is looking like a good year for books
We’re using the wrong words to talk about artificial intelligence. The 11th of our 12 Days of Culture shows where we’ve gone wrong and why it really matters
Brain scanning has revealed that grieving people can actively suppress thoughts of a dead relative without realising that they are doing it
Bravo for having given up eating meat! But in the ninth of our 12 Days of Culture, might we suggest giving up cheese and going back to chicken – for ethical reasons?
Our annual vows to ditch bad habits rarely manage to change behaviour, but why? Frank Swain examines how to make a new you this year