In this week’s episode we met a woman whose pancreas is changing medicine. Dana Lewis has Type 1 diabetes, and when it was clear that medical manufacturers were behind on creating the device she needed
Andrés Ruzo first heard about the Boiling River from his Peruvian grandfather, who shared a legend with him when he was a kid about the Lost City of Gold in Peru. “One of the details of the story was ‘river
"I am satisfied with the mystery of life's eternity." Although Albert Einstein is best known for his scientific achievements, his personal writings also reveal a good deal of wonder about the possibility
The history of London can be found in pieces on its riverbed. The old pipes and fossilised horse bones wash up on the shore, and with them come the lead letters that printed that history in the newspapers.
Whether people with rare genetic mutations that result in important medical discoveries should be compensated is a topic of intense debate. Two women; one very rare genetic mutation. Several years ago,
It's going to get worse before it gets better I hate browsing the web on my phone. I do it all the time, of course — we all do. Just looking at the stats for The Verge, our mobile traffic is up 70 percent