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Was Thomas Kuhn Evil?

Filmmaker Errol Morris, once Kuhn’s grad student, accuses him of being a bad philosopher and bad person.

3 hours ago — John Horgan

Researchers Write about Brain-Machine Interfaces, How Eels Shock, and What Shark Bites Have to Do with Rebuilding Broken Bodies 

“I get goose bumps every time I see it.” “I saw something so strange that I had to drop everything else to investigate.” “A tale of shark bites at a Scottish pub has led us to some new ideas about rebuilding broken bodies.” Those sentences appear in three of the feature articles in this issue written by the researchers who are doing the work...

STAFF9 hours ago — Mariette DiChristina

Do Science. Pump. Repeat.

How to improve scientist-moms’ breastfeeding experience

March 18, 2019 — Elizabeth McCullagh, Dare Henry-Moss, Wendy Bohon, Whitney Phinney, Theresa Jedd and Gretchen Goldman

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Scientific American Health & Medicine

Scientific American Health & Medicine