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The internet has become a far too important political development and, despite what is being said, governments increasingly want to control internet governance.
by Paul Budde - 14/04/2014 - 2 comments
Social media and other forms of digital communication provide major portals through which we establish new tribes.
by Mal Fletcher - 10/04/2014
A new technology makes it easier to define oil reserves and chips away at the risks of peak oil.
by James Burgess - 4/03/2014 - 5 comments
People love a conspiracy. From political assassinations to the manipulation of national and global economies, supposed experts put forth theories that mysterious and powerful forces are always at work in the shadows.
by Everett Themer - 24/02/2014 - 8 comments
Whilst I have no problems with unearthing the next big thing in popular culture, what would happen if we expanded the format to showcase emerging talents in the sciences, mathematics, engineering, medicine and the like?
by John Töns - 20/02/2014
It is important that a minority view within Christianity is not allowed to frame a false dichotomy between religion and science.
by Chris Middleton - 19/02/2014 - 91 comments
This weekend marks the ninth year that hundreds of religious leaders all over the world have agreed to celebrate Evolution Weekend.
Are you confusing Pinterest with poststructuralism? Your Twitter with Trotsky? Is oversharing replacing reading? Did you type 'twerking' into Google?
by Tara Brabazon - 22/01/2014 - 3 comments
To what extent is mathematical literacy needed in science (and elsewhere)?
by George Virsik - 17/01/2014 - 15 comments
Feminist Luce Irigaray has argued that relativity is a sexed concept because it 'privileges the speed of light over other speeds which are vitally necessary to us'.
by Babette Francis - 16/01/2014 - 25 comments
The book promises to delve deeper, uncovering the extent of Daniel's guilt and casting doubt on the claim Tzvetkoff was responsible for the shutdown of online poker.
by Tim Napper - 14/01/2014
Several important occurrences and controversies took place during late 2013 that demonstrate the complex entanglements of science, capital, citizens and public health.
by Juan Salazar - 19/12/2013 - 5 comments

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