New Yorker: Edward Snowden and the Rise of Whistle Blower Culture

Reviewing External Professor Allison Stanger's book Whistleblowers: Honesty in America from Washington to Trump.

Deutschlandfunk Nova: Die perfekte Parkplatz-Strategie

Featuring research by Professor Sid Redner and Paul Krapivsky (Boston University) in the Journal of Statistical Mechanics.

Science News: Sean Carroll’s new book argues quantum physics leads to many worlds

Reviewing External Professor Sean Carroll's book Something Deeply Hidden.

PsychCentral: Big cities breed more partners in crime

Featuring research by Complexity Postdoctoral Fellow Vicky Chuqiao Yang and colleagues, published in Physical Review E.

Vox: This AI can pass a 12th-grade standardized science test

Forbes: AI Pokes Another Hole in Standardized Testing

Aeon: Splitting the Universe

New Scientist: What is space-time? The true origins of the fabric of reality

Planetary Radio: The Unexpected Space Center: Los Alamos National Laboratory

Wired: AI Can Pass Standardized Tests—But It Would Fail Preschool

Wired: Sean Carroll Thinks We All Exist on Multiple Worlds

NY Times: Even Physicists Don’t Understand Quantum Mechanics

Nature: The bizarre logic of the many-worlds theory

The Week: How the queens of yore built political agency

Sapiens: Archaeology of the 99 Percent

Washington Post: We’re an all-women team chosen to edit political science’s flagship journal. Here’s why that matters.

KSFR: What Research on Stereotyping Reveals with Economist Rajiv Sethi

SF New Mexican Radio Cafe: Shadows of Doubt: Stereotyping and prejudice in the U.S.

Aeon: How ergodicity reimagines economics for the benefit of us all

Planetary Radio: Reflections of Humanity in a Spacesuit