Dutch language periodical that is more than simply a magazine. They keep reinventing themselves, and each issue is the result of a multi-phased research and des..(read more)
Crucial texts, many available in English for the first time, written before and during the Bolshevik Revolution by the radical biopolitical utopianists of Russi..(read more)
Selection of papers from the first Renewable Futures Conference, aimed at shaping new contact zones between traditionally separated domains – art and science,..(read more)
How new biomedical technologies—from prenatal testing to gene-editing techniques—require us to imagine who counts as human and what it means to belong.
Imagining a future in which humans fundamentally reshape the natural world using nanotechnology, synthetic biology, de-extinction, and climate engineering.
This survival guide supplies an essential set of apps for the prefrontal cortex while making science both accessible and entertaining. It will dissolve your fea..(read more)
“As a child and a young man I imagined that I might be able to be invisible if I could just vibrate in such a way that light no longer reflected off me bu..(read more)
“Multiverse” cosmologies imagine our universe as just one of a vast number of others. While this idea has captivated philosophy, religion, and liter..(read more)
David Orrell looks back to show us how past scientists (and some charlatans) predicted the future, and where we are on the path to truly understanding what come..(read more)
With this book the Dutch organisation Sonic Acts examine how art and science map and document new insights, and how the changes and transformations that occur o..(read more)