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A scientific field founded by men is now mostly female.
Sexual fluidity is a challenge to both traditional and alternative sexual narratives.
A software engineer tackles the distractions of online reading.
Why Errol Morris is still outraged by the famous philosopher of science.
As the means of creating the color black have changed, so have the subjects it represents.
A primer on the epigenome.
How online personalities are quantified and compared.
The high technology that could help us live through the sun’s inevitable transformation.
What it was like being among the first women in the US missile program.
Reprinted with permission from Quanta Magazine‘s Abstractions blog.The controversial idea that our universe is just a random bubble in an endless, frothing multiverse arises logically…Read More
While cosmologists may be fascinated by what dark matter does, particle physicists are fascinated by what dark matter is. For us, dark matter should be—naturally—a particle, albeit…Read More
The other day I stepped into my apartment elevator and saw a neighbor of mine joking around with a construction worker. “You know what you do with these guys?” my neighbor said to me.…Read More
Reprinted with permission from Quanta Magazine‘s Abstractions blog.Despite its ability to bend both minds and space, an Einsteinian black hole looks so simple a child could draw it.…Read More