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Experiments once considered crazy are now helping scientists attack tumors.
Great writers waxed poetic over “milky seas.” Here’s the science behind the glow.
How the sewage plant in our nation’s capital spins human poop into fertilizer gold.
Debating a modern parable about waste and technology.
The author on writing her new book, “The Other Dark Matter.”
Contrary to what the philosopher said, passion can be a slave to reason.
Revisiting C.P. Snow’s infamous thesis.
In this premier episode, the hosts ask astronomer Jill Tarter who or what’s out there.
An artist’s moving tribute to nature’s powerful resource.
What I learned when I challenged the legendary physicist.
Running a computer underscores how quantum physics is remaking our world.
In her bedroom during WWII, she discovered how the nervous system is wired.
Understanding how oceans move is key to understanding life on Earth.
Age-based classes are not the only way to learn—and may not be the most effective.
Recent advances have made deep neural networks the leading paradigm of artificial intelligence. One of the great things about deep neural networks is that, given a large number of examples,…Read More
For many of us over the last year and more, our waking experience has, you might say, lost a bit of its variety. We spend more time with the same people, in our homes, and go to fewer places.…Read More
The phrase “Look down your nose” comes from a time when aristocrats were taller than commoners due to their superior nutrition. European elites would literally look down on their inferiors.…Read More
Mental health is not what you’d call an “exact science.” For example, if two highly trained mental health providers meet privately with the same patient, they will agree 90 percent…Read More