Every few years, we demand that the next iteration of phones, computers, and tablets be faster than the last. What we fail to think about is that each new iteration requires a technological innovation, someone in a research lab has to create a new and better way of making CPUs.…View More Curing the Silicon Addiction
On September 11, 2001, when I was seven years old, I sat in an elementary school classroom, watching footage of a plane crashing into the Twin Towers on a small television screen. My mother tells me she also remembers exactly what she was doing when the world found out about…View More Reconstructing Memories
There is something tantalizingly romantic to me about the objectivity of science. There is something about how the structure of a tail of a twirling galaxy, and that of a hurricane hurdling around its eye, is fundamentally the same. One could even say these entropic laws provide the crystal resolution…View More Are You Nothing More (Or Less) Than A Soft Machine?