Category Biology

Charles Darwin and the Unread Letter

A Valentine’s special for Charles Darwin’s birthday.

Sexiest Homo Came Earlier than Expected

Homo sapiens are just about ready to do it anywhere, anytime. And when I say “do it” I mean to say talk. There’s just so many things that arise after talking. Friendships are formed. Relationships are established. Structures are erected. Sex happens. And because of the latter and our penchant for constant conversations, we have […]

Taking Center Stage, Again: The Middle East’s Particle Accelerator

Casting a flash of light for a brighter future in the Middle East.

This Google Doodle Could Use a Quick Google

Things can get nasty when wrong ideas are given a platform to go wildly viral.

Montaigne on Calculus, Natural Selection, and the History of Science

What a French man of letters has to say about two British men of science and the world we live in.

Yasui Kono in the Age of Ryosai Kenbo

Despite not being seenĀ as warriors, women in the Meiji era had their own battles to fight, almost always with a handicap. This was especially true to those who wanted better education.

Marjory Stephenson’s Major Stepping Stones

When the world closed its doors on Marjory Stephenson, she went micro and built her own.