Sally is a writer and editor with interests spanning science, philosophy, feminism and the arts. She was digital editor of FT Weekend and the technology and innovation correspondent for the Financial Times. Sally founded the Libreria bookshop in east London as its director, and was on the original editorial team of Nautilus Magazine. She can be found on Twitter @daviesally.
Mindfulness and meditation
Meditation is like mountaineering: approach it with care
by Nicholas Van Dam
The fungal mind: on the evidence for mushroom intelligence
by Nicholas P Money
The behavioural immune system protects us, but at what cost?
by Manos Tsakiris
Knowledge and reason
Imagine you could insert knowledge into your mind: should you?
by John Tillson
Is improving your personality a moral duty or a category confusion?
by T Ryan Byerly
Should we be concerned that the decisions of AIs are inscrutable?
by John Zerilli
The body and physical health
Magic helped us in pandemics before, and it can again
by Matthew Melvin-Koushki
To be more tech-savvy, borrow these strategies from the Amish
by Alex Mayyasi
History of art
What art history reveals about the rise of anti-feminist women
by Paula Keller
Ageing and death
The radical impact of seeing Alzheimer’s as a second childhood
by Han Yu
Recognising the rhythm in addiction offers new ways to escape it
by Eana Meng & Johannes Lenhard
Artists and movements
A human–silkworm collaboration shows the way to sustainable design
by Tomasz Hollanek