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Want ethical AI? Hand the keys to middle schoolers.
To zap bias from code, an MIT-developed curriculum teaches ethical concepts to youngsters.
What we can learn from baby black holes
The quasar J0313-1806 is 13 billion light-years away from Earth. But it still can reveal a lot about our own universe.
6 must-haves for the perfect, nurturing playground
Slides and swings aren't the only key components to a park.
Inflatable tentacles and silk hats: See how caterpillars trick predators to survive
Baby moths and butterflies pull off some wild adaptations to dodge detection. Sam Jaffe's photos give us a closer look.
Baby talk isn’t just cute—it’s critical for kids’ vocabularies
You know how your voice automatically jumps an octave when you're around a baby? There's a reason for that.
The myth of generations, debunked
Generational divides are less than scientific.
The new issue of PopSci is full of bright young peeps
The fall digital edition is ready to read today.
What scientists learned when they tried to raise a chimp with a human baby
Plus other fun facts from The Weirdest Thing I Learned This Week.
The Brilliant 10: The most innovative up-and-coming minds in science
These US-based engineers, psychologists, chemists, and more are taking on society's biggest challenges across the world.
A modern guide to cassette tape players
As written by a millennial who’s gone from tapes to streaming apps, and everything in between.