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Dr. Rebecca Goldstein
... receiving the Montague Prize for Excellence in Philosophy, and immediately went on ... Rebecca Goldstein, a MacArthur-winning novelist and philosopher, ...
Dr. Lynn Margulis
In the now generally accepted endosymbiotic theory, Margulis demonstrated ... A more recent additional hypothesis for the origin of some algal and plant ...
Dr. Henry Petroski
Like The Pencil, Henry Petroski’s The Toothpick is a celebration of a humble yet elegant device. As old as mankind and as universal as eating, ...
Dr. Rebecca Goldstein
Rebecca Goldstein, a MacArthur-winning novelist and philosopher, explains the philosophical vision that inspired Gödel's mathematics, and reveals the ironic ...
Dr. Lynn Margulis
Symbiogenesis is a theory of evolution. It argues that symbiosis is a primary force of evolution, because acquisition and accumulation of random mutations ...
Dr. John Briggs
May 14, 2004 ... Dr. John Briggs Western Connecticut State University, “Creativity is the way we express the Existential Paradox that we are each both ...
Dr. Robert Laughlin
Lauglin published a book entitled A Different Universe: Reinventing Physics from the Bottom Down in 2005, based in large part on discussions with Steve Lew. ...
Dr. Oliver Sacks
Why the Brain Loves Music Thursday, October 18th, 2007. Music has a unique power to alter the brain in remarkable and complex ways, and we humans are a ...
Institute for Science, Engineering and Public Policy
The Linus Pauling Memorial Lectures: Science, Technology and Society. Today's leading thinkers. A scientifically literate public is increasingly vital. Show map of 3941 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland, OR 97214
Dr. John D. Barrow
Dr. John Barrow is Professor of Mathematical Sciences in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at Cambridge University. ...
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