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The Evolution of the 21st-Century Scientist

Brian KurillaAug 12, 2016

As more trained scientists leave traditional career paths, the distinction between scientist and nonscientist blurs.

From the Staff

Debriefing the EuroScience Open Forum 2016

Katie L. BurkeAug 4, 2016

Digital features editor Katie L. Burke attended the EuroScience Open Forum, Europe's largest general science conference, last week. Below, she sums up the major take-home messages of the conference through Storify, organizing announcements and conversations on Twitter.

The Long View

New Brain Insights from Cochlear Implants

Michael DormanJul 12, 2016

Scans of implant patients deaf in only one ear, before and after the procedure, have uncovered how quickly the cortex can rewire itself.

 

Macroscope

Fireworks Go Green

David ChavezJul 1, 2016

Colorful explosions require complicated chemistry. As chemists study the toxicology and air quality effects of fireworks, they can reduce potential environmental impacts.

Science Culture

The Making of a Xenotext

Barbara Aulicino, Dianne TimblinJun 22, 2016

Christian Bök’s ambitious project combines poetry, cryptography, and bioengineering.

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