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Developmental behavior studies spearheaded by Laura Schulz are changing our notions of how children learn.
After sustaining a head injury, Jason Padgett sees the world as a mesh of fractal shapes. Now he shares his visions with eye-popping geometric drawings.
David Eagleman decodes the mysteries of the tangled web of neurons and electricity that make our minds tick -- and also make us human.
Daniel Kish expands the perceptual toolbox of both blind and sighted humans by teaching echolocation -- the ability to observe our surroundings via sound.
Donald Hoffman studies how our visual perception, guided by millions of years of natural selection, authors every aspect of our everyday reality.
As Director of Stanford’s Artificial Intelligence Lab and Vision Lab, Fei-Fei Li is working to solve AI’s trickiest problems -- including image recognition, learning and language processing.
Using advanced data analysis tools, Rajiv Maheswaran and Second Spectrum help make basketball teams smarter.
Chris Umson is the Director of Self-Driving Cars at Google
After astonishing success as a mathematician, code breaker and billionaire hedge fund manager, Jim Simons is mastering yet another field: philanthropy
Nick Bostrom specializes in big questions. What should we do, as individuals and as a species, to optimize our long-term prospects? What is our strategic situation? Will humanity’s technological advancements ultimately destroy us?
Alan Eustace leapt to Earth from the edge of the stratosphere wearing only a spacesuit, shattering skydiving records and potentially revolutionizing the commercial space industry.
As manager of the Rosetta mission, Fred Jansen is in charge of the project that could be instrumental in uncovering clues to the origins of life on Earth.
Sara Seager’s research led to the first discovery of an atmosphere on a planet outside our solar system. Now she’s on the hunt for a twin Earth.
To determine how life might persist on Mars, Nathalie Cabrol explores one of Earth’s most extreme environments: high-elevation Andean lakes and deserts.
Stephen Petranek untangles emerging technologies to predict which will become fixtures of our future lives -- and which could potentially save them.
Anand Giridharadas writes about people and cultures caught amid the great forces of our time.
In 1962, Dame "Steve" Shirley founded the FI Group, a software firm with innovative work practices -- and (mainly) women employees
Whether she’s inventing satellite radio, developing life-saving drugs or digitizing the human mind, Martine Rothblatt has a knack for turning visionary ideas into commonplace technology.
Young piano player Joey Alexander has an old soul's gift for jazz.
Over thousands of archived and broadcast interviews, StoryCorps founder Dave Isay has created an unprecedented document of the dreams and fears that touch us all.
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