Science and Tech News
By PAUL KRUGMAN
Technology is finally back to advancing our ability to produce and deliver things.
By JAMES GORMAN
Fluid dynamics, as mathematically demanding and challenging to the nonscientist as any field of physics, produces some of the most compelling videos.
By JEDIDAH C. ISLER
Black students’ responsibility in the classroom is not to serve as ‘seasoning’ to the academic soup.
By DAVID BROOKS
I was unsure what to make of the Paris climate talks, so I asked our hippest Founding Father for advice.
By OLIVER GEDEN
A climate “solution” based on magical thinking.
By DANIEL MENAKER
Dawkins’s second memoir plumbs his grown-up research, reflections and controversies.
By MARIA POPOVA
Dark matter, according to Lisa Randall, may be responsible for the extinction of dinosaurs and the subsequent rise of mammals.
By ROB WALKER
The marginalization of the physical has propelled it into the realm of luxury.
By ALEXANDRA ALTER
In “Thing Explainer, ” Mr. Munroe, a former NASA roboticist turned cartoonist, describes scientific concepts using the most basic English.