Science & Technology


Quantum Leaps

Ballerina and quantum physicist Merritt Moore ’11 connects humans and machines.

by Nina Pasquini

Computational Control of a Living Brain?

How an AI agent learned to guide an animal to food—and what it might mean for Parkinson’s patients.

by Jonathan Shaw

Controlling AI Influence over Consumers

When pricing algorithms take advantage of an individual’s ignorance, legal scrutiny is in order.

by Max J. Krupnick

Geopolitics and the Energy Transition

International relations during the shift to a net-zero economy

by Jonathan Shaw

Cousins in the Ancient World

Long-distance human migration and population bottlenecks revealed in ancient DNA

by Jonathan Shaw

“Artificial Worldviews”

Mapping ChatGPT’s knowledge universe

by Nina Pasquini

Solving Dehydration

A simple solution that saved millions

by Max J. Krupnick

Deciphering Lyme Disease

Whole-genome analysis exposes the sophistication and vulnerabilities underlying Lyme disease.

by Jonathan Shaw

What Makes Fish Fast?

George Lauder investigates nature’s solutions to underwater speed.

Easing the Energy Transition

How the Bezos Earth Fund hopes to seed economic transformation

by Jonathan Shaw

The Male-Female Longevity Gap Widens

Men’s lower life expectancy fueled by COVID-19, overdoses

by Max J. Krupnick