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Why There Is No Perfect Human In Puerto Rico or Anywhere Else

Disappointed by James Watson's decision to sell his Nobel Prize medal, Lior Pachter, a computational biologist who works on genomics at the University of California Berkeley, wrote an entry on his private blog in early December protesting the decision.

February 5, 2015 — Taras K. Oleksyk and Juan Carlos Martinez-Cruzado
Inspiring Young Men from Minority Backgrounds to Code

Inspiring Young Men from Minority Backgrounds to Code

On a sign that adorns the premises of the vibrant New York technology charity, All Star Code, the bold messaging could not be clearer.  Displayed in large writing are the top ten principles that inspired the charity's creation.

January 23, 2015 — Alex Jackson
Gone in 2014: Remembering 10 Notable Women in Science

Gone in 2014: Remembering 10 Notable Women in Science

Looking back on the year that was, science mavens may notice that tributes to those who’ve passed on in the preceding 12 months are far more often filled with stars of stage, screen, politics and sport than with the pioneering women and men who have bettered our society through discovery and invention.

December 29, 2014 — Maia Weinstock

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