The design we infer in nature is an insight we abstract from our senses, but the inference itself is acquired by our reason.
This was a remarkably cross-disciplinary dialogue among physicists, chemists, biologists, neuroscientists, machine learning researchers, as well as philosophers and historians of science.
In 1884, English clergyman Edwin A. Abbott published a work of scientific and mathematical fantasy.
This month the world thrilled at the first ever image of a black hole, this one in the galaxy M87.
Imagine a scenario where you don’t know the ancient age of the cosmos, but rather, only that it has an age, whatever that might be.