Washington Post: Academic ideas are supposed to thrive on their merits. If only.

The Scientist: Taller People more Prone to Cancer

Epra: Towards a science of cities

AEON: When science hits a limit, learn to ask different questions

Los Alamos Daily Post: Three Los Alamos Medal Winners Changed the Course of Science

Albuquerque Journal: LANL scientist Bette Korber honored for work on HIV vaccine

Wired: THREE COMMANDMENTS FOR TECHNOLOGY OPTIMISTS

Nature: Daily briefing: The thermodynamics of computing

Bloomberg: The Next Financial Crisis Is Staring Us in the Face

Nature:Daily briefing: The thermodynamics of computing

Scientific American: Why Do Computers Use So Much Energy?

Forbes: Math Helps Sprawling Cities Grow Sustainably And Reduce Slum Conditions

The Conversation: 50 years old, ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ still offers insight about the future

Sage Ocean: 39 Women Doing Amazing Research in Computational Science

Siam News: Information Theory in Earth and Space Science

MSN: Internet daters have become more tolerant and open in the last decade

Alibi: Stanislaw Ulam Memorial Lecture Series: The Limits of Computers in Science and Society

Santa Fe Reporter: The Limit

China Daily: Putting ‘romance’ into city planning

Santa Fe Reporter: Algorithms and Ethics