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What this year’s Nobel-winning discovery of the black hole at our galaxy’s center reveals.
10 great minds that should have been in your science textbooks.
The pandemic exposed racial injustice in healthcare. Vaccine distribution must not.
Revisiting the gospel of the second law of thermodynamics.
Meet the inspiring people—none named Einstein—who helped these scientists find their calling.
Is memorizing a string of words a key to what makes the human brain unique?
Get a whiff of a new sensory experience in history.
Playthings shouldn’t confine kids but allow them to ask, What if?
Why people distrust vaccines and how they can be convinced otherwise.
In a Curb Your Enthusiasm episode from 2007, Larry David and his wife Cheryl and their friends attend a ceremony to celebrate his public donation to the National Resources Defense Council,…Read More
Reprinted with permission from Quanta Magazine’s Abstractions blog.As fundamental constants go, the speed of light, c, enjoys all the fame, yet c’s numerical value says nothing about…Read More
The increasing visibility of women in leadership roles is one of the few success stories in the struggle for equality in science. But a new study, which connects how often scientists’…Read More
Not long ago, I heard an echo of Albert Einstein’s religious views in the words of Elon Musk. Asked, at the close of a conversation with Axios, whether he believed in God, the CEO of…Read More