Jul. 13, 2012
When a controversial paper comes out, skeptical scientists can attempt to replicate the study. But how many scientists have the time--and money--to police bad science?
Jan. 13, 2012
Tattoos of the science obsessed are featured in the new book “Science Ink”
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