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The Science of TED 2015

What I love about the annual TED gathering in Vancouver is the way science coexists along with art, social justice, popular song and the rest of TED's eclectic mix.

March 23, 2015 — Fred Guterl


The patient was hacking sputum into a tissue when the resident and I entered his room. "How long have you had that cough?" "Oh this? As long as I can remember." "But it's been worse lately?" "Yeah." "Worse how?" "More stuff coming out each time...

March 22, 2015 — Ilana Yurkiewicz

Naval Attack on the Dardanelles: Prelude to a Disaster, 1915

Reported in Scientific American, This Week in World War I: March 20, 1915 The report published in this issue from a century ago delivers a robustly optimistic outlook on the Allied attack on Turkish territory at the entrance to the waterway between the Black Sea and the Mediterranean: "If the great Mahan were living to-day [...]..

STAFFMarch 20, 2015 — Dan Schlenoff

Visualizing U.K. and U.S. Energy Flows

Where does it comes from? Where does it go? These two questions were asked last summer here on Plugged In with respect to the energy use in the United States.

March 20, 2015 — Melissa C. Lott

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