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Science and Discovery

One astronomer’s dimpled pie is another’s cratered moon. How can our mind’s eye learn to see the new and unexpected?

Jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis calls rap music “more damaging than a statue of Robert E. Lee”

New scholarship reveals a Bard brooding over the science of his day. What can we learn from his vision of cosmic upheaval?

The UK’s Astronomer Royal, Martin Rees, takes stock of science and society in his new book, with a clarion call for more wisdom, a la Aristotle

Scientists revived tiny Siberian worms that had been frozen in permafrost for 42,000 years — and they started moving and eating

For those who suffer with food allergies, relief is hopefully just over the horizon.

Calm, purposeful classrooms provide opportunities to enjoy the exploration and discovery of knowledge. Mindfulness activities can prepare the individual to attend to such delights.

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