A new exhibition at New York’s MoMA features meticulous copies of famous artworks. It raises the question: is originality really that important? Jason Farago investigates. On the fourth floor of the Museum
Published nearly 500 years ago, Andreas Vesalius's medical text books occupy an important place in scientific history. Intricate art, unlike anything that had been seen before, sits alongside detailed
In October 1912, the Metropolitan Museum of Art established its beloved Arms and Armor Department. Three weeks earlier, the Ottoman Empire had lurched into the First Balkan War. Poignantly, the Met chose
This story originally appeared on JamesClear.com With well over 50 billion dollars to his name, Warren Buffett is consistently ranked among the wealthiest people in the world. Out of all the investors
A massive white matter tract at the back of the brain, overlooked for the past century, might be crucial for skills such as reading. A team of neuroscientists in America say they have rediscovered an neural
The black-footed ferret is returning to prairies, but it still faces steep challenges. The black-footed ferret, North America's rarest mammal, is returning to the western prairie 35 years after being extinct.