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AR promises us a magical world.
Edinburgh University project geo-locates victims of Scottish 'witch-prickers' in the 16th and 17th century.
An epidemiologist explains.
Preventable deaths for all five leading mortality causes are "consistently higher" in rural communities.
The flying rotorcraft drone is set to land on Saturn's largest moon in 2034.
Can changing diet actually reverse the growth of cancer in the body?
You may not recognize the names, but these seven scientists have improved the lives of people the world over.
The probe, no larger than a car, will be the closest a man-made object has ever gotten to the sun. We will be able to study and see it like we’ve never seen it before.
Helen B. Taussig was the original pediatric cardiologist. She founded a field of study, advancing medical research beyond what was thought possible at the time.
When the Vatican recently cleared both Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II for sainthood—a hyper-holy two-fer—critics all along the political spectrum grumbled over the honoring of one man […]
“First in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen”: those famous accolades have followed George Washington—first U.S. President and the beardless half of today’s Presidents’ […]
2010 was a great year for art publishing, with many presses producing high quality works not only in terms of reproducing great art, but also in publishing important thinkers on […]
Why Nicholas Wade Didn’t Cover the Amniotic Stem Cell Study, And How He Sees “Wild Overpromise” on Both Sides of the Debate
In the days before the House vote to fund embryonic stem cell research, the Washington Post and Los Angeles Times ran page one stories heralding a Nature Biotech study that […]
At a 102 days and counting, we mined the Big Think archives for campaign-era Obama vids. Here’s the gold we found. Last spring, Johns Hopkins Professor an Iran expert, Azar […]