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Book Reviewing in the Sciences: A Conversation

Carl Zimmer, Phillip Manning, Anna Lena Phillips

Three science writers and editors consider the state of science book reviews

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An Interview with Cordelia Fine

Anna Lena Phillips

The author of Delusions of Gender discusses the problem of "premature speculation" about the origins of sex differences

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An Interview with Frans de Waal

Greg Ross

The Emory University primatologist on nature's models for a just society

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An Interview with W. Brian Arthur

Greg Ross

The former Stanford economist considers how technology evolves

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An Interview with Eugenie Samuel Reich

Greg Ross

A science journalist investigates the frauds of physicist Jan Hendrik Schön

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An Interview with Daniel Sperling

Greg Ross

The UC-Davis transportation expert on the future of cars

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An Interview with Harold Varmus

Catherine Clabby

The former NIH director on the future of American science

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An interview with Jerry Coyne

Greg Ross

The University of Chicago biologist makes the case for evolution

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An interview with Irene Pepperberg

Greg Ross

The Brandeis University psychologist discusses her work the Alex, the African gray parrot

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An interview with Harry Collins

Greg Ross

The sociologist of science considers the subtleties of expertise

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Total Records : 48


 

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