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Capitalism in space.
Feeling is the physics of the organic world.
What computers teach us about getting along.
The debate over whether evolution is predictable or haphazard.
Two Princeton physicists catch Albert up.
Lawrence Forcella reminds us why we loved bugs as kids.
We think we know more than we do—including how machines will behave.
My queen was a dud, and her replacement had been murdered.
We are healthier and living longer than we ever have, and advances like personalized medicine seem to promise an ever brighter future. But as the proportion of elderly people increases,…Read More
When Thomas Steitz, Ada Yonath, and Venkatraman Ramakrishnan were jointly awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for their research, in 2009, they acknowledged a debt. Without the work of…Read More
You don’t need a brain to learn. Slime molds, for example, solve mazes and navigate obstacles—all without a single neuron. Information about their environment is somehow stored across…Read More
The stories have become all too familiar in Japan, though people often do their best to ignore them. An elderly or middle-aged person, usually a man, is found dead, at home in his apartment,…Read More