Wherever the very latest neuroscience intersects with real-world challenges facing the workplace, education, healthcare, and our everyday lives, you’ll find energizing insights from brain scientist John Medina.
Maria Konnikova is an award-winning author, professional poker player, and writer for The New Yorker. Maria is currently working on a book about poker and the balance of skill and luck in life, The Biggest Bluff, to be published in 2019.
A 35-year veteran of public radio and the host of the long running Science Friday program, Ira Flatow is an award-winning science correspondent and broadcast journalist familiar to millions around the world.
After losing his lower legs during a mountaineering accident, Hugh Herr joined MIT’s Biomechatronics group as the director to seek advancements in technologies that accelerate the merging of body and machine.
Leslie-Pelecky is a nationally recognized researcher in magnetic nanomaterials who penned The Physics of NASCAR, in which she takes NASCAR (and science) fans behind the scenes at top race shops and speedways.
A cultural scientist, passionate traveler and science journalist, Sukel has no problem tackling interesting (and often taboo) subjects spanning love, sex, risk taking, neuroscience, travel and politics.