Science, Culture, Meaning
with Adam Frank and Marcelo Gleiser
On the eve of receiving the Templeton Prize, Marcelo Gleiser reflects on his life.
Why I put my body through such grueling tests of endurance.
TV’s shared cultural “now” moments embody the intersection of time and tech.
By wiping out 1 million species, we are hastening our own extinction.
Why the origin of the universe teaches us humility.
The Avengers movies have done a marvelous job melding science and story.
You can’t do pure science independent of human experience.
My visits to majestic Notre Dame made me feel connected to something bigger than we are.
As Notre Dame burned, we were reminded how vulnerable we’ve been through the centuries.
Astronomers release first-ever image of a black hole, the weirdest object in the universe.