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Tracking the information zombie apocalypse.
You get comfortable being uncomfortable.
Medical testing has been a Pearl Harbor. But the war could be won.
Why SARS-CoV-2 will threaten us for months to come.
The wilderness offers not just escape but reassurance.
Science is showing us the best remedy for aging is friends.
To avoid the next pandemic, we need a reckoning with our place in nature.
AI is no longer playing games. Are we prepared?
In America, people who lose jobs don’t necessarily get them back.
Plants talk to this ecologist. They tell her how to do better science.
Past outbreaks show the way to relief, even without a vaccine.
In turbulent times, people go from “me” thinking to “we” thinking.
I invented Roomba and assure you, robots won’t take over the world.
Philosophy is needed to put the science of COVID-19 in perspective.
Scientists putting their career and health on the line can take heart from Galileo.
Like earthquakes and forest fires, outbreaks have a “heavy tail” of large events.
It’s a fine line between oblivion and immortality.
Amid one disaster after another, Mozambique rebuilds.
Stories, fiction included, act as a kind of surrogate life. You can learn from them so seamlessly that you might believe you knew something—about ancient Greece, say—before having gleaned…Read More
This month, the cover of New Scientist ran the headline, “Is the Universe Conscious?” Mathematician and physicist Johannes Kleiner, at the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy…Read More
Now that we’re corralled into our homes and apartments, something seems pre-modern in how our worlds have shrunk. Unlike past quarantines, we’re also connected by digital technology…Read More
When I worked as a TV reporter covering health and science, I would often be recognized in public places. For the most part, the interactions were brief hellos or compliments. Two periods…Read More