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The technology of lenses has made art richer and more meaningful for hundreds of years. A Gerhard Richter retrospective shows Germany’s most famous artist responding to the camera over a lifetime of painting.
Nuclear proliferation in the 21st century should force the United States to reconsider whether the principle of deterrence actually promotes stability and peace.
Scientists and the journals that publish them have a difficult time admitting to mistakes. That does real harm to both their disciplines and the public.
The former CTO of Microsoft has created a gigantic guide to kitchen science that could transform the way we eat.
It’s time to consider price when evaluating new drugs.
Getting advertisers to quit tracking you may be harder than you think.
WikiLeaks wants to undermine states and corporations by interfering with their ability to “think.” It may not survive, but its innovations will be imitated.
Foursquare and other location-based social games on mobile phones can be compelling, but only when they harness the energy of countless offline games we’re already playing.
Online crowd-funding, supported by social technologies, provides a new business model for book publishing.
Can a drug extend good health and postpone the effects of aging?