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It’s a myth that legendary works in science aren’t read.
Insects are escape artists. Now they face a threat more pernicious than predation.
Vitalism in the age of modern science.
These scientists have a new model for identifying variants before they kill.
Ants show that emergency exits can work better when they’re obstructed.
Animals are teaming up to adapt to a changing world.
It’s not easy to overcome the masculine conception of fatherhood.
Step aside, Dr. House, Deep Nose will one day be the best diagnostician in medicine.
Unleashing a new breed of research into co-evolution and the aging brain.
The power of narrative flows only from the human brain.
Where technology leads to exile and yearning.
What geoscientists are uncovering in Eastern Europe.
Did you know that there are many scientists who devote their working lives to skillfully charting out the most unassuming chunks of our solar system—chunks that none of our species will…Read More
Would you like to be more rational? Of course you would. Who doesn’t want to behave and think more reasonably? Good news: New research, from Harvard psychologist Ellen Langer, suggests…Read More
Reprinted with permission from Quanta Magazine’s Abstractions blog.What lies beyond all we can see? The question may seem unanswerable. Nevertheless, some cosmologists have a response:…Read More
Did you ever have an imaginary friend? If you didn’t, chances are you know someone who did. Imaginary companions, as scholars call them, are quite common, and aren’t strictly associated…Read More