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Science

Op-Ed: The still-tolerated gender bias in scienceOp-Ed: The still-tolerated gender bias in science

Posted By Sarah M. Demers

I just might have the best job in the world. As a particle physicist and professor at Yale, I am a happy cog on the wheel of humanity, trying to understand the universe. I collaborate with brilliant people, young and old, from all over the globe. But while I love my job, the truth is […]

Entertainment

Finding the meaning in video games: Yes, they have value beyond entertainment and self-improvementFinding the meaning in video games: Yes, they have value beyond entertainment and self-improvement

Posted By TED Guest Author

By Andy Robertson New art forms are polarizing. We love or hate Damien Hirst’s formaldehyde animals or Tracey Emin’s unmade bed but roundly understand that avant garde art has value, the artist trying to challenge us and make us think something. Video games draw similar fire. Detractors hem and haw that they’re all about shooting […]