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By Daniel Dunaief Born in Berlin just before World War II, Eckard Wimmer has dedicated himself in the last 20 years to producing something...

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By Daniel Dunaief Pop them in the back of a cell phone and they work, most of the time. Sometimes, they only do their...

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By Daniel Dunaief The unexpected appearance of Swiss cheese may be preferable to the predicted presence of a balloon. When it comes to the...

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By Daniel Dunaief In medieval times, armies needed to understand the structure of the castles they were about to attack. Enough information could enable...

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By Daniel Dunaief Even as David Tuveson was recently fishing for tautog for dinner, he conducted conference calls on a cellphone while watching the...

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By Daniel Dunaief The Museum of Natural History in New York City features a slice of a 1,400-year-old sequoia tree that was cut down...

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By Daniel Dunaief He works with clouds, solar radiation and nanoparticles, just to name a few. The subjects Shinjae Yoo, a computational scientist at...

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By Daniel Dunaief Water, water everywhere and Harold “Hal” Walker is making sure there’s more than a few drops on Long Island to drink....

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By Daniel Dunaief People have left all kinds of signs about their lives from hundreds and even thousands of years ago. In addition to...

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By Daniel Dunaief Raffaella Sordella, whose lyrical name reflects her upbringing in Italy, takes the fight against cancer personally. That’s because she underwent surgery...

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