July/August 2017 Cover
Illustration by Wenjia Tang 
May/June 2017 Cover
Illustration by Ignacio Serrano
Cursive Handwriting and Other Education Myths
By Philip Ball - Illustration by Gizem Vural
How Einstein and Schrödinger Conspired to Kill a Cat
By David Kaiser - Illustration by Lorenzo Gritti
Families of Choice Are Remaking America
By Bella Depaulo - Illustration by Aad Goudappel
Spot for Adaptation
Illustration by Aad Goudappel
Curtain for Adaptation
Illustration by Aad Goudappel
The Man Who Tried to Redeem the World with Logic
By Amanda Gefter - Illustration by Julia Breckenreid
How to Fake It So No One Notices
By David Steinsaltz - Illustration by Min Heo
Why You Can’t Help But Act Your Age
By Anil Ananthaswamy - Photo Illustration by Mathery Studio
Curtain for Learning
Illustration by Gizem Vural
Is Artificial Intelligence Permanently Inscrutable?
By Aaron M. Bornstein - Illustration by Emmanuel Polanco
The Unique Neurology of the Sports Fan’s Brain
By Brian J. Barth - Illustration by Tomi Um
Why We Love How-to Videos
By Tom Vanderbilt - Illustration by Vinnie Neuberg
Running Is Always Blind
By Sam Schramski - Illustration by Eric Nyquist 
Life Beyond the Pale Blue Dot
By Caleb Scharf - Illustration by Sam Chivers
What Technology Can’t Change About Happiness
By Adam Piore - Illustration by Naftali Beder
What Searchable Speech Will Do To You
By James Somers - Illustration by Christian Northeast
Investing Is More Luck Than Talent
By Moshe Levy - Illustration by Katherine Streeter
When Stress Comes with Your Mother’s Milk
By Jena Pincott - Illustration by Vahram Muradyan

The Case For Leaving City Rats Alone
by Becca Cudmore - Illustration by Jia Sung
Sick for Attention
By Linda Marsa - Illustration by Nicole Xu
The Strange Persistence of First Languages
By Julie Sedivy - Illustration by Sarah Mazzetti
Curtain for Luck
Illustration by Hannah K. Lee
Curtain for Heroes
Illustration by Rebekka Dunlap
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