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What does a rational scientist do with an impossible result?
After a decade, Peter Woit still thinks string theory is a gory mess.
In sprawling Florida, one group of geologists is never short on business.
How one psychologist is tackling human biases in science.
What if our ancient relatives did “human” better?
Yoshitaka Fujii falsified 183 papers before statistics exposed him.
Modern architects have a lot to learn from the sound engineering of the ancients.
Our picture of man’s early home has been skewed by modern preconceptions.
How Julian Jaynes’ famous 1970s theory is faring in the neuroscience age.
No matter how safe the lab is, humans working with deadly bioagents can make errors.
Meet the architectural rebel who champions ancient engineers.
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