BIOLOGY

The Rise of Dementia Villages — The Happiest Places on Earth?

Coming soon to a memory care center near you: old-school diners, retro barbershops and vintage cars.

Biotech Firms Fight Panic Over Spread of Superbugs

The biotech industry is battling not just antimicrobial resistance but also fears over the spread of superbugs.

She Knows How to Bank on Female Sexual Pleasure

This entrepreneur’s so-called “female Viagra” gets the headlines, but Cindy Eckert’s lucrative companies are just the tip of a much pinker iceberg.

Is the Insanity Defense Fit for Our Time? — OZY's New Podcast

This season, OZY’s hit podcast, The Thread, delves into how a sweet little boy named Jimmy became a mass murderer.

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Real Talk Real Change

Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.

Fancy a Good Death? Tune in to OZY's New Podcast

In the future, humans will easily live to 150 and die with less fear thanks to psychedelics.

The Search for a Perfect Plant That Could Stop Climate Change

Scientists are developing a plant that can suck and store carbon dioxide in its roots, helping to tackle climate change.

Think Living Spaceships Are Science Fiction? Think Again

Top space agencies and researchers are turning to biology to create spacecraft that adapt like living creatures to survive future missions.

Could Bacteria Save the Planet? Yes — If She Can Train Them

Sarah Richardson is training bacteria to break down the tons of waste accumulating on planet Earth.

Battle Lines Sharpen Over Future Fertility Research

Doctors, scientists and infertility activists worry that anti-abortion legislation could devastate fertility research and treatment in the U.

New Research Shows Loneliness Might Lurk in Your Genes

No question, it’s a complex emotional state.

OZY PODCAST

The Food That Built America

The Food that Built America tells the unbelievable true stories behind the industry titans like Henry Heinz, Milton Hershey, the Kellogg brothers and Ray Kroc, who revolutionized food, and transformed American life and culture forever in the process.

Pregnant at 42. Now She's Solving the Mystery of the Embryo

Magdalena Zernicka-Goetz is growing human embryos in the lab for longer than ever before.

Medical Students Only Spend Three Hours Learning About Sleep

New research confirms the importance of sleep — yet it’s marginalized in medical training.

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