BRAIN

Can Cancer Killers Get Past the Brain's Bouncers?

Scientists are developing radical new therapies that can both make it past bouncers guarding the entrance to the brain and defeat tumors inside.

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.

Can At-Home Brain Stimulation Really Treat Depression?

Companies are increasingly peddling personal brain-stimulating devices, but there’s little evidence yet that they work.

This Is Your Brain on Price Bubbles

Colin Camerer is a pioneer in the study of how brain activity drives economic decisions.

OZY TV

The Carlos Watson Show

The Carlos Watson Show brings bold, impactful conversations with culture-defining celebrities, intellectual pioneers and changemakers, spotlighting the voices you need to hear to make sense of this important time in American history.

Suicidal Tendencies Should Be Treated Like a Terminal Disease

When a loved one has cancer and decides to stop treatment, we understand that they need to end their suffering.

The Whiz Kid Building a Better Cyborg

Tyler Clites, 28, has designed a way to make prosthetic limbs that communicate directly with the nervous system.

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.

Turn Off That Phone! Now Kids Are Rebuking Their Parents

A new global survey suggests parents have something new to feel guilty about when it comes to smartphones and their children.

What the Ancients Can Teach Us About How to Remember

Ancient mnemonic techniques once shaped the world and how people learned.

New Research Shows Loneliness Might Lurk in Your Genes

No question, it’s a complex emotional state.

OZY PODCAST

When Katty Met Carlos

From the BBC and OZY comes a fresh perspective on the debate about America’s future as a nation and its relation to the world during the 2020 US election.

When Nostalgia Was Considered a Debilitating Disease

It’s now recognized as a universal, and even psychologically beneficial, feeling.

Could This Sideburn-Sporting Scientist Crack the Autism Gene Puzzle?

Using stem cells, Brian O’Roak is figuring out how genetic mutations affect brain development — and how we might treat the disorder.

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