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Tech Leaders, Economists Split Over Clean Energy’s Prospects

Renewable energy has become a $220 billion a year industry. But to significantly slow climate change, the power of wind, solar and other renewable sources must vastly expand. Some say the tech breakthroughs needed are on the horizon, though a top economist sees a tougher road ahead. Read more…

November 30th, 2013

From Lab To Lectern, Scientists Learn To Turn On the Charm

Science isn’t known as a career field that attracts showboats. But academics must give seminars, pharmaceutical researchers present results, and graduate students defend their work. In San Diego, one of the country’s science hubs, a group aims to teach scientists the art of small talk and public speaking. Read more…

November 30th, 2013

Ex-New York Observer editor Kaplan dies at 59

Peter Kaplan, the former editor of The New York Observer who hired a then-unknown Candace Bushnell to write a column called “Sex and the City,” has died. He was 59. Kaplan died Friday of cancer … Read More..

November 30th, 2013

These Cookbook Photos Redefine What Fresh Seafood Looks Like

Famed French chef Eric Ripert specializes in seafood. So for his book On the Line, photographers Shimon and Tammar Rothstein really wanted to highlight the freshness of his ingredients. Their solution? Make the fish look as if they were still alive. Read more…

November 30th, 2013

Science Reporter Emily Graslie Reads Her Mail — And It’s Not So Nice

Reporter Emily Graslie explores natural history museums, showing us what’s going on behind the scenes. Her viewers write her, of course, and in this video, she reads some of those letters. They’re not about science. Or Museums. They’re about Emily. And it’s embarrassing. Read more…

November 30th, 2013
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