Open and Post Peer Review: New Trends in Open Access Publications

The quality of scientific publications will benefit from a revolution in the peer review models. The peer review system was created in the 20th century...

Game On! Playing Video Games May Bridge the Gender Gap in STEM

Why we need to encourage girls to play video games if we want more women in STEM jobs.

Quantum Information Encoded in Spinning Black Holes

Spinning black holes are capable of complex quantum information processes. The black holes sparked the public imagination for almost 100 years. Their presence in the...

Civil Disobedience in Democracies: Why Citizens May Break the Law

Is it morally justified to break democratically enacted laws to promote justice? A philosophical discussion of civil disobedience

The Discovery of Radioactivity – That Time the Sun Didn’t Shine In Paris

On this day, 121 years ago, Henri Becquerel opened the drawer where he kept his photographic plates and realized his experiments took an unexpected turn.