Having more dreams each night could be key to mental well-being. Here’s what to do – and what to avoid – if you want to increase your dose
Common questions about the night-time hallucinations we call dreams
We are in the midst of a dream-loss epidemic - this is why we should value and nurture our REM sleep
Lascivious interest harnessed in an ad campaign for Rhesus macaques
If the many-worlds view is right, our actions shape our counterparts' lives in parallel worlds. What does this mean for how should we behave in this world?
The brain of a honeybee is tiny — the size of a pin head — and contains less than a million neurons, compared to the 85 billion in our own brains. Yet with that sliver of brain, bees can do some extraordinary things
The more I’ve learned about the intricacies of cephalopod behavior, the less I’m inclined to eat them
Implanting robots into living animals: the latest in a long line of attempts to solve problems in biology using robots
In caves in Brazil there lives a tiny insect with the most extraordinary story.