S2 E49: This Video May Give You Goose Bumps
The weird and wonderful science of goose bumps. Hope you didn't get the chills.
S2 E48: Why We Can't Deliver Drugs to the Brain
Delivering drugs to the brain has been a longtime obstacle for doctors.
S2 E47: What's the Value of a Life?
How do scientists - and doctors - measure the value of a life?
S2 E46: 3 Surprising Creativity Tests
The hosts from Vsauce join Vanessa for a few fascinating mental challenges.
S2 E45: Would $100 Million Make You Happy?
Studies show that the joy we feel from immediate cash rewards might not be ...
S2 E44: Can You Taste With Your Ears?
Our senses of taste and smell are crucial when enjoying food... But is there ...
S2 E43: How Many Things Can You Do At Once?
Is multitasking really a productive strategy? Is it even possible?
S2 E42: What a Tooth Reveals About Autism
How did the stem-cells drawn from children's teeth help us understand the key to ...
S2 E41: Could You Win the Game of Thrones?
In the life-and-death games of Westeros, is it possible to win?
S2 E40: The Secret to Creativity
With this simple exercise, what can you learn about creativity?
S2 E39: The Prisoner's Dilemma
The "prisoner's dilemma" is a classic test in psychology. How can you win?
S2 E38: What's The Best Way to Teach Science? (Behind the Scenes)
Look back at Vanessa's journey through science education. Is there a BEST way to ...
S2 E37: The Nature of Memory
What do science, and history, tell us about decoding our memories?
S2 E36: The Tiny Key to Aging
Studying biology at the smallest scale.
S2 E35: One Weird Visual Illusion Explained
How to trick your brain with optical illusions.
S2 E34: Can Your Memory Make a Murderer?
False memories, incorrect testimonies, and false confessions.
S2 E33: Are Concussions Deadly?
We all know concussions are bad, but where does the damage really happen?
S2 E32: Good Sleep = Good Gut?
Each of us has one trillion microbes living on (or inside) our bodies.
S2 E31: Why Do So Many People Get Cancer?
Some cells break all the rules.
S2 E30: Why New Year's Resolutions Fail
January has long been seen as a time for setting goals, but does it work?
S2 E29: The Psychology of Listicles
The list-article blend is growing rapidly in popularity.