<p>In recent years enormous advances have taken place in the field of animal communication. This two-volume collection of essays by experts of international renown presents the latest developments in three main divisions. The introduction and the...
In the face of scientists’ increasing engagement in public discourse, we examine whether facial attractiveness affects their market value (i.e., audience willingness to pay). For a sample of scientists who participate in public speaking, we find...
Carl T. BergstromWe interrupt the regularly scheduled program to bring you bullshit of an entirely different sort.
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In taking a leading role in managing the White House’s response to the pandemic, the vice president and his team had an agenda that extended beyond public health.
Carl T. Bergstrom“My scientists are telling me what I need to do,” [Redfield] said, according to Ms. Troye, who worked on the task force for Mr. Pence. But, he added, “I want to make sure the vice president is happy.”
How does the discovery of SARS-CoV-2 cross-reactive T cells in unexposed individuals change our understanding of the COVID-19 pandemic? In this Perspective, the authors provide a thought experiment to explain why the discovery of cross-reactive T...
Misinformation, disinformation, and fake news abound and it’s increasingly difficult to know what’s true. Our media environment has become hyperpartisan. Sci...
Carl T. BergstromFor those of you want to only *sort of* waste the next hour and half of your life: Jevin and I gave a public talk as part of the Pacific Science Center's *Science in the City* series last night. You can watch it here
In an internal announcement, the Justice Department created an exception to a decadeslong policy meant to prevent prosecutors from taking overt investigative steps that might affect the outcome of the vote.