Beatrice Fihn Is Banning Nuclear Weapons, With or Without Us
The Swedish anti-nuclear activist led the United Nations to adopt the first legally binding global nuclear ban. Now, she's changing the culture.
The Women Who Should Win the Nobel Prize—but Haven't
When the Nobel committees ignore women who do Nobel-caliber science, the awards deserve to lose their relevance.
Viewfinder: Protesters Paying Their Respects for Nobel Laureate Liu Xiaobo in Hong Kong
Protesters pay their respects outside the Chinese Liason Office of Hong Kong after the death of Chinese Noble laureate Liu Xiaobo, in Hong Kong on July 13th, 2017.
A Conversation With Nobel Prize Winner Angus Deaton
The Princeton professor and Nobel Prize winner speaks candidly about his career, Scottish optimism, and how detailed data can lend subtle insight into human behavior.
Immigration Reform Could Keep U.S.-Educated Scholars
Post 9/11, the United States has been chasing foreign-born scholars away, much to the nation's detriment.