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How cities are like Kim Kardashian.
What we can—and cannot—learn from brain science.
Announcing the Nautilus Nobel Prize Futures Market
Behind every famous dinosaur are unsung heroes.
The problem with Western test subjects.
In China, famous science pays like nowhere else.
Does the Fame Virus plague our youth, and is multimedia to blame?
If we are to learn how to die, we need teachers.
Why do things go viral, and should we care?
Rags, riches, and fame in mathematics.
Discover genes that unite life on earth.
In November 2002, a Russian mathematician named Grigori Perelman posted the first of three short preprints to the arXiv (an online repository for drafts of academic papers in math and science),…Read More
When environmentalists petitioned to designate the polar bear a threatened animal under the Endangered Species Act in 2005, they were not, in fact, out to save the polar bear. They were…Read More
In early May, 1891, William Coley, a New York surgeon, had before him an interesting case. The patient, a 35-year-old Italian man, had sarcoma tumors in his neck and tonsils, and was slowly…Read More
A woman walks in to the room. She is wearing a white dress and has a mole over her bright red lips. She could be anybody, but you might have instantly guessed she was Marilyn Monroe. For…Read More