Christopher Dickey

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Our Inner Map

Humans are born with an innate understanding of geometry and symbolism.
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Cool Computing

New transistors could lead to laptops that don't burn your lap.

Automatic A

Elite colleges are grading too leniently—and that exacerbates inequality.
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Slow Motion

What chipmunk vision can teach us about our own eyesight.

BRIC-ing Bad

Are the BRIC nations not all they're cracked up to be?
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It's Electric!

Muck-dwelling microbes can actually be a source of power.
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The Sea's Secrets

A project captures the wonder of coral reefs—before they disappear.
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Supersize Addictions

Should overeaters be given the same treatment that drug addicts receive?
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Let's Talk About Sleep

If you think you can get by with less shut-eye, think again.
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The Parent Gap

A new study reminds us of the profound importance of engaged parenting.
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Citizen Seismology

Twitter has shaken up how we detect earthquakes.

Trees of Life

Landscape architecture on a grand scale is essential for our survival.
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A Bright Idea

What if sunburns weren't painful?
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Fires in the Sky

Can we stop asteroids before they hit Earth?
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Sunny Side Up

To reset your internal clock, sleep outdoors.
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Spoofing Is No Joke

Contrary to claims, tricking enemy technology is getting easier.

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