eBook EditionsDownload by the issue and read Nautilus from
your ebook reader of choice
From trauma to arrhythmia, and back again.
A day in the war between the city and its mountains.
A scientist tells us how her field instills timefulness.
Why it’s not such a problem that the Large Hadron Collider hasn’t found new physics.
What we don’t tell our children.
The crisis inside the physics of time.
A Harvard medical student describes how he is learning to both treat and heal.
Why do so many corpses found in Europe’s peat bogs show signs of violent death?
Is our universe one island in an archipelago?
Earlier this year, Dan Doctoroff, the C.E.O. of Sidewalk Labs, Google’s sibling company under Alphabet, answered a question about what his company “actually does” during a Reddit…Read More
Reprinted with permission from Quanta Magazine‘s Abstractions blog.The cosmos plays hide-and-seek. Sometimes, though, even when astronomers have a hunch for where their prey might…Read More
As a kid, when my pet turtle died we had a funeral—of course—and buried him in the backyard. When the family dog passed, his remains were cremated and placed in an urn on the mantle.…Read More
In “Half-Wit,” an episode of House, Gregory House, a brilliant Sherlock Holmes-like doctor (and a decent musician) wheels a piano into a patient’s room. It’s a delightful moment:…Read More