Judith Shulevitz
Science Editor

Feminism Has Conquered the Culture. Now Comes the Hard Part
A debate on this unprecedented opportunity
September 14, 2014

Two female writers battle it out over that very question.

The Future of College Is Not As Bleak As You Think
August 21, 2014

"Is College Doomed?" asks The Atlantic. No, it's not.

Geneticists' New Obsession with Pregnancy Isn't Bad for Women
How epigenetics can bolster feminism
August 17, 2014

It turns out the life choices men make could have an even greater impact on their children's genes.

Science Is Changing What It Means to Be Dead
If you could freeze yourself until a future age, are you sure you'd want to?
July 27, 2014

If you could freeze yourself until a future age, are you sure you'd want to?

Siri, You're Messing Up a Generation of Children
April 02, 2014

Has anyone thought through what it means when kids scream at robots?

Regret is the Perfect Emotion for Our Self-Absorbed Times
February 16, 2014

We regret to inform you, but regret is not remorse

Big Mother Is Watching You
Technology now lets you spy on your kids all the time. Why you shouldn't.
October 29, 2013

The creepy new technology of spying on your kids

This Is How You Should Talk to a Climate-Change Denier
The complicated science of discussing risk
October 22, 2013

Plenty of people deny science. But there are tricks that make communication work.

Margaret Atwood: Our Most Important Prophet of Doom
September 25, 2013

Margaret Atwood and the anti-utopian reading that brings tomorrow’s blistered hellscape today.

Don’t You Dare Say "Disruptive"
It's the most pernicious cliché of our time
August 15, 2013

It’s the most pernicious cliché of our time.