We’re off for Spring Break next week. But in the meantime, be sure to check out our upcoming webinar on The Future of Research as a Global Enterprise.
Continuing our fascination with unique libraries, today we look at an archive in an active salt mine.
A Friday video, as the evolutionary conservation of pattern formation is set to music.
Some scientific “urban legends” get debunked in today’s video. How does incorrect “common knowledge” become established?
The 2021 Illusion of the Year from the Neural Correlate Society. Can you spot what’s out of place?
How infuriating is it to watch a movie about your area of expertise and realize just how wrong it is?
What exactly is Wordle, and more importantly, what would it have looked like on a computer in the 1980s?
The restoration of a glorious portrait raises questions about the scholarly Version of Record.
If you can’t sneak your book into the library, then maybe a catchy tune can help with your sales.
My new favorite author strategy. Step 1) Write a compelling book. Step 2) Be sneaky.