Scientists torturing bees to save them have nightmares about the work. Must grief be part of experimental design?
The Communion wafer is food and symbol, relic and rite. In an age plagued by fears of disease, can it still help us connect?
The new zombie still eats brains, but it can think, emote and even fall in love. Why zombies with heart are on the rise
Fra Angelico’s frescos inspired generations of devotion. Can religious art still work its magic on the godless?
Disgust is often used as a tool of persuasion. But are gut feelings ever a reliable guide in questions of right and wrong?