Karl Ove Knausgaard is traveling across America and writing about it for The New York Times Magazine.

Interview with John Ioannidis on the 10th anniversary of his seminal paper "Why Most Published Research Findings are False".

The Fabric of a Life. An Interview with Yasmina Reza.

In Balanchine’s beautiful forest. Interesting account of the creation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream by Jennifer Homan.

The selfish ribosome.

The idea of two sexes is simplistic. Biologists now think there is a wider spectrum than that.

A curious case of writer's block.

The decision by World Press Photo to disqualify numerous photos has rekindled the debate about truth and photography

Nouriel Roubini on art as an asset class.

Scientists have developed contact lenses that allow wearers to zoom in and out.

The problem with action movies today according to Chris Stuckmann. Couldn't agree more.

A recent solution to the prisoner’s dilemma has created new puzzles in evolutionary biology.

Nice collection of bird's eye view pictures.

The entire collection of winning images from the 58th World Press Photo Contest.

Tim Parks in search of authenticity.