Like all of our work on these High Holy Days, a “User Review” draws us out of our own individual concern and calls us to see the wider world around us.
In this time of fragility, repairing the world is needed more than ever.
It might seem counterintuitive to look at a year when we’re hoping to be able to do more and say instead to ourselves, “let’s take a step back,” but I think that makes it all the more crucial.
We all struggle, we all deal with both good and bad luck, and even our moral judgments are not fully the results of our own decisions.
We need to follow great advice to be independent thinkers.
How does our collective story influence our memory – and how we adapt to the future?
Two women scientists working at the National Museum of Natural History share their professional journeys.
What if we were all educated to ask better questions, rather than just accept the answers?
We can look back at where a society was, and how much we’ve grown.
We caught up with Dr. Grace Wolf-Chase about the power of citizen science and its broader role in society.