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When A Neutrino Physicist Comes Knocking

Will neutrinos from a supernova in the Tarantula Nebula save Einstein endangered postulate? Does all research have to be immediately profitable? Will collisions at Fermilab’s Tevatron slow the speed of declining scientific prominence in the United States? Read More »

Picking Your Mistakes

Repeatable Evidence is hard to obtain. Dr. Nancy Cartwright of the London School of Economics and UC San Diego examines the movement to establish evidence-based public policy in this ISEPP lecture. Read More »