These are dark times for science so we asked hundreds of researchers how to fix it.
Brian Resnicka few years ago, we conducted a big survey of scientists, asking them about the biggest problems in science.
One of the biggest themes: Science needs to get better at celebrating and rewarding failure.
Trending topics rise and disappear faster than ever.
Brian ResnickMy prediction for the next decade.
The accelerated shortening of our collective attention span is only going to continue. And it's not a good thing.
When everything has the volume turned up, and is so fleeting ... I think it paralyzes change
Proprioception is the body’s mysterious ability to locate our limbs, even in darkness. We’re just beginning to understand it.
Brian ResnickWhen we close our eyes, our sense of the world and our body’s place in it doesn’t disappear. An invisible impression remains. This sense is called proprioception. It never turns off, except in very rare cases.
Here are those cases