Erik Vance, author of the acclaimed new book “Suggestible You,” visited the KSJ program to talk about the ways the brain can fool the body into healing.
Steven Barrett of MIT tells the KSJ fellows that jets and their contrails could dash hopes of reversing global warming.
At KSJ, a leading cognitive psychologist says ageist stereotypes can affect eyewitness testimony — sometimes for the better.
“The technology may be old, but it’s still the best in class”: an update on the orbiting X-ray telescope, launched by NASA with big assists from MIT and Harvard.
In a seminar for Knight Science Journalists at MIT, the author talks about the battles between scientists and advocates, and warns that investigative journalism is in disarray across the U.S.
The author’s new book outlines what we know — and what we do not know — about the bacteria that reside in, on, and around us.