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Janna Levin talks about her roles as scientific director at a “center for art and innovation” in Brooklyn and as a physicist and writer.
David Moore explains why we might expect to find strange things when we study gravity at small scales.
David Moore of Stanford University describes how, inside this chamber, silica spheres probe for distortions of gravity.
Donald Hoffman explains how our perceptions have evolved to become like a computer interface.
David Kaplan reports on a potentially exciting new signal at the Large Hadron Collider.
David Deamer explains how his laboratory mimics the extreme conditions found on volcanoes in the early Earth.
Michael Atiyah discusses beauty in mathematics.
David Kaplan explores the best ways to search for alien life on distant planets.
Leslie Valiant explains the term “ecorithm.”
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