November 30, 2010
Climate change, biodiversity loss, nuclear conflict—all are caused by human activity. We need a way to reorganize and refocus the sciences and humanities with a “Millennium Assessment of Human Behavior.”
November 26, 2010
Hundreds of multinational collaborators, thousands of scientists, and a $10 billion particle accelerator at CERN have produced a new working model for science—and for globalization.
April 15, 2010
Researchers bury thousands of devices miles deep into the ice at the bottom of the Earth—all in an attempt to catch the universe’s most elusive particle.
April 12, 2010
In this week’s Findings Log, we take a look at new research on desiccated plants, a cloud-sparse young Earth, and the silent parts of conversation.
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John Rinn, snowboarder, skateboarder, and “genomic origamist,” on why we should dumpster-dive in our genomes and the inspiration of a middle-distance runner.
The second most common element in the universe is increasingly rare on Earth—except, for now, in America.
Renowned planetary scientist James Kasting on the odds of finding another Earth-like planet and the power of science fiction.