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When a kid commits a crime, the US justice system has a choice: prosecute to the full extent of the law, or take a step back and ask if saddling.

What happens when the way we buy, sell and pay for things changes, perhaps even removing the need for banks or currency exchange bureaus? That's the radical .

"Originals have lots of bad ideas"How do creative people come up with great ideas? Organizational psychologist Adam Grant studies "originals": thinkers who dream up new ideas and take action .

What if we could grow delicious, nutrient-dense food, indoors anywhere in the world? Caleb Harper, director of the Open Agriculture Initiative at the MIT Media Lab, wants to change the food system by connecting growers with technology.

Bonnie Bassler discovered that bacteria "talk" to each other, using a chemical language that lets them coordinate defense and mount attacks. The find has stunning implications for medicine, industry -- and our understanding of ourselves.

What do you call a veterinarian that can only take care of one species? A physician. In this short and fascinating talk, Barbara Natterson-Horowitz shares ho.

What if your job didn’t control your life? Brazilian CEO Ricardo Semler practices a radical form of corporate democracy,

A decade ago, Robin Chase founded Zipcar in the US, now the largest car-sharing company in the world. Now she’s exploring the next level of car-sharing: Buzzcar, a French startup that lets pe…

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Humans seem to be faster, better and stronger in almost every way. But as sports journalist David Epstein points out, many factors are at play when we dissect athletic records.

The secret to desire

Desire and Connection - In long-term relationships, we often expect our beloved to be both best friend and erotic partner. But as Esther Perel argues, good and committed sex draws on two conflicting needs: our need for security and our need for surprise.

World Peace Game

Educator John Hunter puts all the problems of the world on a plywood board — and lets his fourth-graders solve them. He explains how his World Peace Game engages schoolkids and why the complex lessons it teaches go further than classroom lectures can.

Where good idea come from

"People often credit their ideas to individual Eureka! But Steven Johnson shows how history tells a different story." Check out Steven's book 'Where Good Ideas Come From: The Natural History of Innovation'.