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A Viking scientist’s quest to conquer disease.
Artists who manipulate photos capture the ambiguity—and beauty—of vision itself.
A mother wonders if we are all born with synesthesia.
Color is a dance between your brain and the world.
There might be a little synesthesia in each of us.
Why your wardrobe is wine-hued this year.
Test your inner synesthesia.
An artist struggles to reproduce the iridescence of the natural world.
How the silent screen burst to life with color.
Kate Nichols’ nanoparticle paints have changed how she sees color.
An argument for a new definition of color.
See through the eyes of cats, birds, fish, and snakes.
How the best-selling author brings his incredibly strange worlds to life.
I venture to Cuba in search of the world’s smallest bird.
Our obsession with cleanliness is running afoul of scientific reality.
As bodies meld with machines, are we leaving ourselves behind?
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