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The neuroscientist tackles consciousness and the self.
A mathematician is using computers to manufacture award-winning illusions.
Funding drug development for rare cancers can hurt patients.
A science historian and English professor discuss how physics and poetry mix.
Is there more to our experience of time than the foibles of memory?
See how the night sky would appear from a different part of the galaxy.
How light therapy can treat disorders from depression to Alzheimer’s disease.
Introducing the Winter 2015 Nautilus Quarterly.
Isaac Newton spurned social contact but also relied on it for his greatest work.
The more science knows, the more rich and mysterious the world becomes.
Of all of the wondrous feats accomplished by Willy Wonka in his candy factory, the most impressive may have been wedging an entire meal into just one unassuming stick of gum: Upon popping…Read More
Last July, Chris Perry went on an Alaskan cruise with her family to celebrate her parents’ 50th wedding anniversary. When she boarded the massive Norwegian Sun cruise ship, she…Read More
Lotteries have often been called a tax on the poor and, alternately, a tax on the innumerate. There is something to both claims: Lottery tickets are disproportionately bought by lower-income…Read More
A pigeon looks at its reflection in the mirror. It sees a blue dot on the reflection’s breast. It reaches down and pecks at the dot on its own breast. This is the classic behavior required…Read More