"The cleverest people in the world have worked on Voynich for centuries, and it still defiantly resists interpretation"
Reports that it is are misleading. Here, Jessica Abrahams chats to three women who still face very real penalties
Women are scrutinised more than men—this hampers efforts to solve the problem
Kathryn McKay / December 21, 2016
The evidence suggests that it can
The building blocks of Trump-speak are not nouns and verbs
"What we eat in our childhoods becomes part of us, folded up in our memories and personality"
If the government wants to change the nature of the private rental market, it needs to create the incentives
What does it mean to be an expert, and who are the monolithic public set up in opposition to them?
Anna Blundy / December 14, 2016
"Marmite set me thinking about the tyranny of mental health—and how we seem to regard only perfect wellness as acceptable"
Jessica Abrahams / December 6, 2016
The term "beauty" has become more flexible—but that's just a first step