|Celebrated recreational mathematician Martin Gardner|
Martin Gardner, indefatigable debunker and longtime editor of the “Mathematical Games” column in Scientific American would have been 100 tomorrow.
Researchers at Oregon State University are asking for the public’s help in transcribing the letters of the Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists, including those of Albert Einstein. Also check out NYT’s new advertisement database Madison, where the public is also being recruited to sort through its digitized archive.
Thinking about rural and urban spaces in the history of public health.
“Sisterhood” reconsidered: students and administrators debate how transgender students fit into women’s college communities.
According to Paul Farmer, Ebola is “more a symptom of a weak healthcare system than anything else.” He has five recommendations for treating the disease more effectively.