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The Cryptography of Bitcoin

Explained by Craig Wright read his full article here One of the frequent topics that comes up around Bitcoin...

Precision Medicine

How precision medicine is changing the way we think about health care In conversation with Dr. Shinya Ito...

Biologists remake The Material World

The bricks in Wil Srubar’s lab at the University of Colorado, Boulder, aren’t just alive, they’re reproducing. They are churned out by...

A BRIEF HISTORY OF FOOD

Food In Ancient Egypt For most people in ancient Egypt food was plain...

What Philosophy Does To Philosophers

by Rohan Somji A philosopher is someone who sees deep questions where others find things straightforward. This I call...

AES+F – BLURRING THE LINES

BLURRING LINES WITH AES+F AES+F IS, IF ANYTHING, THE BIGGEST ANOMALY TO HAVE...

Open Source

What is open-source software? Processed with VSCO with m5 preset Open-source software (OSS) is a type...

How Does Instinct Work?

Instinct involves inherited behavior. How can behaviors be inherited? How exactly does a...

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What is the Riemann Hypothesis?

The simple explanation for non-math people will have to be very general and will miss out on a lot of what makes...

The Cryptography of Bitcoin

Explained by Craig Wright read his full article here One of the frequent topics that comes up around Bitcoin...

Personal Portrait: CECILIA PAYNE

BACK WHEN SCIENTISTS BELIEVE THAT THE SUN IS MADE OUT OF HEAVY ELEMENTS, A 25 YEAR OLD STUDENT WROTE A BRILIANT AND...

Biologists remake The Material World

The bricks in Wil Srubar’s lab at the University of Colorado, Boulder, aren’t just alive, they’re reproducing. They are churned out by...

Researchers Are Looking to Biology to Create the Next Generation of Computers

Computing is advancing at such a rate that researchers are looking to nature to tackle the new age of computing.

Dating Rocks and Fossils Using Geologic Methods

Using relative and radiometric dating methods, geologists are able to answer the question: how old is this fossil?

Biologists remake The Material World

The bricks in Wil Srubar’s lab at the University of Colorado, Boulder, aren’t just alive, they’re reproducing. They are churned out by...