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Audio: Cancer Chemotherapy During Pregnancy

Robert FrederickDec 2, 2016

An interview with a health scientist about chemotherapy-use among pregnant cancer patients.

From the Staff

Having Faith in Science, Equivocally

Robert FrederickNov 7, 2016

Unequivocally deny scientific results? No, that’s saying there's certainty when there must be doubt.

Science Culture

Escher the Scientist

Fenella SaundersOct 7, 2016

The artist M. C. Escher valued the influence of scientists and mathematicians in producing his famous works.

 

Macroscope

Particle Colliders on the Horizon

Emily ThompsonSep 25, 2016

Once data collection finishes at the Large Hadron Collider in roughly 15 years, what potential facilities will advance particle physics next?

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.

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