In the same way that Mozart visualized music, this young Indian man had the ability to sprout mathematical formulas with which he tried to explain the world. This is the extraordinary story of Ramanujan. (Partner content via OpenMind)
Dozens of computer science students at the University of California, Los Angeles, will mark today's Inauguration Day by downloading federal climate databases they fear could vanish under the Trump Administration.
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When researchers at the University of Rochester developed a totally secure encryption device based on quantum rules, they introduced it as the “Quantum Enigma” in honor mythical Nazi encoding device. Why is an ingenious mechanism from a century ago still so fascinating today? (Partner content)