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You Can’t Dissect a Virtual Cadaver - Issue 99: Universality

6 days ago

Last year, my first in medical school at Columbia University, I used...

Why People Feel Like Victims - Issue 99: Universality

6 days ago

In a polarized nation, victimhood is a badge of honor. It gives...

The Largest Cells on Earth - Issue 99: Universality

6 days ago

Imagine you’re a scientist, sitting in the cold dark belly of a...

How Maxwell’s Demon Continues to Startle Scientists - Facts So Romantic

12 days ago

Reprinted with permission from Quanta Magazine’s Abstractions blog.The thorny thought experiment has...

Our Most Effective Weapon Is Imagination - Issue 99: Universality

13 days ago

In his Theaetetus, Plato remarks to Socrates: “This pathos is proper to...

What Makes Music Universal - Issue 99: Universality

13 days ago

My friend Robert Burton, a neurologist and author, wanted to share a...

How Surprising Connections Can Save the Ocean - Issue 99: Universality

13 days ago

Many marine biologists identify a gateway drug into their obsession, and for...

Why We Love to Be Grossed Out - Facts So Romantic

19 days ago

Disgust may not be a straightforward extension of the immune system’s aversion...

The Botanist Who Defied Stalin - Issue 99: Universality

20 days ago

In 1913, 26-year-old Russian biologist Nikolai Vavilov went to the John Innes...

The Mother of All Accidents - Issue 99: Universality

20 days ago

In 2001, Seth MacFarlane was the 27-year-old executive producer and creator of...

A Wrinkle in Nature Could Lead to Alien Life - Issue 99: Universality

20 days ago

I grew up in a small village in a very rural part...

Carbon, It’s Elementary, Dear Reader - Issue 99: Universality

27 days ago

Like most American high school students, I was required to take Chemistry...