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National Geographic: Drones are spying on Caribou-for science
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Santa Fe Reporter: Acting Out: The Death of the Meet-Cute
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Albuquerque Journal: Play explores the cascading what-ifs in a relationship
Santa Fe Reporter: Signs of Life: SFI professor Chris Kempes shares what’s known about existence here and beyond
Slate: The Rise of Dismal Science Fiction
Scientific American: Does a Quantum Equation Govern Some of the Universe's Large Structures?
Nautilus: Here’s Why Our Postwar “Long Peace” Is Fragile
Quanta: Why Don’t Patients Get Sick in Sync? Modelers Find Statistical Clues
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