The digital revolution has had two profound effects on how power is distributed – both of which squeeze the state's power.
The game could give a generation of "cotton wool kids" a reason to go outside.
It’s like a scene from a Dr Who Christmas special: legions of people walk zombie-like across city streets, staring fixedly into their phones.
Electronic tattoos, nerve replacements, and e-skin.
The New Statesman is looking for a new staff writer for its award-winning website.
For years, human behaviour has caused the extinction of many species, but evidence suggests that the reverse is also happening – and it's just as drastic.
What the future of science and tech looks like in the UK, without the European Union.
A new study indicates that any benefits gained from brain games may be down to the placebo effect.
For the first time, scientists are investigating the effects of drugs on the brain. Meet the woman leading the charge to bring evidence into drugs policy.
A recent paper has found that autistic-related social patterns can be reversed when one species of gut bacteria is present in the microbiome of mice.
The economics of shame.
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