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Interview


An interview with David Lindley

Greg Ross

The astrophysicist and author reviews the prolific life of Lord Kelvin

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An interview with Lawrence Lessig

Greg Ross

The Stanford law professor on the "copyfight" over intellectual property online

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An interview with Jerry Avorn

Amos Esty

The Harvard Medical School professor shares his prescription for pharmaceutical reform

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An interview with Neil deGrasse Tyson

Greg Ross

The Director of New York City's Hayden Planetarium reviews some longstanding riddles in modern cosmology

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An interview with Jared Diamond

Amos Esty

The Pulitzer prize-winning author of Guns, Germs, and Steel considers the causes of societal collapse

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An interview with Richard Dawkins

Christopher Brodie

The University of Oxford zoologist and author on science, spirituality and the dangers of discontinuous thinking

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An interview with Paul Seabright

Greg Ross

The University of Toulouse economist considers the prehistoric origins of economic life

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An interview with John Markoff

Greg Ross, Amos Esty

The New York Times senior writer considers the 1960s counterculture and its influence on the personal computer's evolution

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An interview with Michael Gazzaniga

Amos Esty

The Dartmouth neuroscientist on brain science and its implications for our morality

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An interview with Alan Burdick

Greg Ross

Discover's senior editor on invasion biology and a new conception of nature

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Total Records : 48


 

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