MY AMERICAN SCIENTIST
A low-emission method of combustion is full of puzzles and potential.
A Q&A with a research physicist on the future of energy production via nuclear power.
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The artist M. C. Escher valued the influence of scientists and mathematicians in producing his famous works.
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Once data collection finishes at the Large Hadron Collider in roughly 15 years, what potential facilities will advance particle physics next?
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Scans of implant patients deaf in only one ear, before and after the procedure, have uncovered how quickly the cortex can rewire itself.
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It’s been a full first year of blogging at American Scientist. Here are the highlights!
A short conversation with—and reading by—Jamie Bartlett, author of The Dark Net about concerns over surveillance, privacy, and security.
A discussion of the mind-twisting math of hyperbolic space, a world where curved lines are really straight and parallel.
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