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When people sensationalize research, parents pay the price.
Ilya Metchnikoff laid the foundation for modern probiotics.
Science and the humanities weren’t separate cultures to this critic.
If objective ethical values exist, we’ll have to give up tribalism to realize them.
Two philosophers of science diagnose our age of fake news.
Pacific Islanders are charting a new course for ocean conservation.
It took an outsider to restore women to the story of human evolution.
Where might the US be if it heeded her discovery of global warming’s source?
Published research is less about conclusions than science at play.
Disasters evoke a search for who to blame. Mishandled disasters make that search vital for anyone whose actions or inactions may have amplified the catastrophe’s damage. As the official…Read More
Science without the gobbledygook.” That’s the name, and promise, of Sabine Hossenfelder’s YouTube show. The German theoretical physicist, whose main gig is as a Research Fellow at…Read More
Recent fossilized bone discoveries in China and Israel support the exciting possibility of new, previously unknown species of archaic humans that wandered the planet alongside Homo sapiens.…Read More
In “All Eyes on Me,” a song from his new Netflix special Inside, the musician-comedian Bo Burnham pauses to ask, “You want to hear a funny story?” He tells us that, five years ago,…Read More