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Coffee breaks are a ritualistic part of work life in Europe, a practice this opinion piece suggests would benefit scientists in North America.
Biological advances have repeatedly changed who we think we are.
A warning of the dangers of politicizing educational attainment.
Research group leaders should learn how to recognize if colleagues are experiencing problems at work, says James Turner.
An algebra pioneer who faced discrimination deserves wider recognition on the centenary of her namesake theorem.
John "Iain" Glen, inventor of propofol, among four Lasker Award winners.
Breakthroughs in physics sometimes require an assist from the field of mathematics-and vice versa. When you go far enough back, you really can’t tell who’s a physicist and who’s a mathematician.
By making the first progress on the "chromatic number of the plane" problem in over 60 years, an anti-aging pundit has achieved mathematical immortality.