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In 1714, a Huge Prize Led to a World-Changing Breakthrough. Can Prizes Still Spur Innovation Today?
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A New Study Ranking States’ Sexism Misunderstands Misogyny’s Insidious Nature
Patients With Rare Diseases Ought to Get Free Access to Taxpayer-Funded Medical Research, Critics Argue
Researchers Develop Reprogrammable Braille in Hopes of Making Books More Accessible for Blind Readers
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