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Kambui Olujimi: The Drop, from the series InDecisive Moments, 2017. Glass, approx. 30 x 20 x 20 inches. Courtesy the artist.
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It’s hard to wrap your head around climate change. How do you really take in the concept of planetary change over decades or even centuries? Visual artist Kambui Olujimi explores different ideas about time in his one-man show “Zulu Time.”

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7:08
Twins
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Bioethicist Julian Savulescu says we have a moral obligation to use new technology to create the best possible children.

 

Length: 
12:56
Twitterstorm of bots

Everyone in your Facebook feed is falling for fake news–sharing it even when there's no way it can be true. But not you, right? You can tell the difference. Or can you?More

Twitterstorm of bots
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Computer scientist Filippo Menczer has evidence of a bot campaign targeting one of Twitter's biggest power users: President Trump.

folding microscope
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Manu Prakash invented a paper microscope that’s now being used in research labs and classrooms around the world.

Length: 
10:47
vinyl player
Deep Tracks

Novelist Hari Kunzru talks about listening through the scratch and hiss of old 78’s for the voice of the past.

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