Wayne Woolley’s Marvelously Equipped Mind
What drove a blind biochemist to experiment with LSD?
The Alzheimer’s Copernicus Problem
Thirty years of research have failed to solve the Alzheimer’s riddle. Is the problem a blind embrace of scientific dogma?
Searching for Schizophrenia
In the late 1960s an international contingent of psychiatrists took up a monumental task: making schizophrenia mean the same thing to doctors around the world.
The Dual Legacies of Henry Moseley
After transforming the periodic table should the promising young scientist have been allowed to fight in World War I?
Tattoos are more than decoration. But do you do when the way you look no longer matches who you are?
Element Hunting in a Nuclear Storm
A fighter pilot’s tragic flight into a nuclear explosion leads to the discovery of two elements.