Is Taking Vacation Bad for Your Career?
Is taking time off for vacation bad for career advancement?
Psy-Q: What Does The Prisoner’s Dilemma have to do with Greenhouse Gases?
Game theory tells us that climate deals are doomed to failure.
Louise Glück Wins National Book Award for Poetry
Louise Glück has won the 2014 National Book Award for Poetry for her latest book, Faithful and Virtuous Night.
Waking the Spirits: The Diaries of John A. Clark
During the fall and winter of 1861-1862, Clark and many other officials in Santa Fe attended at least eight séances.
The First English Books
In the rare book world, the earliest printed books are known as incunables or incunabula.
Who Wins When Gambling is Legal?
Is expanding the role of legal gambling in the U.S. wise?
Anniversary: The Nuremberg Trials
On November 20, 1945, in the wake of the Second World War, the Nuremberg War Crime Trials began. ...
Why are Dystopian Films on the Rise Again?
The recent uptick in dystopian films and post-apocalpytic scenarios seems more urgent and more extreme than it has in the past.
When Chestnuts Ruled Our Forests
Once plentiful, chestnuts were virtually extirpated from the forests of eastern North America by WWII.
EPA Announces 2014 Presidential Green Chemistry Award Winners
The 2014 Presidential Green Chemistry Award winners discover new strategies for pollution prevention.