Each year, a couple hundred billion dollars are wasted on scientific experiments that can't be reproduced. And if they can't be reproduced, it's almost as if they didn't happen. Scientist Moshe Pritsker has tried to figure out a way to reduce that failure rate.
Over the years, the Declaration of Independence may have picked up an unintended revision: an extra period. That may seems small, but one scholar think fixing that mistake would give us a new perspective on the document's self-evident truths.
We've heard about how the media struggles to accurately portray Detroit. Today we talk with author Jeffrey Eugenides, who was born and raised in Detroit; the city often becomes a central character in his writings.
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