Everyone knows your pupils dilate when you see something interesting, right? Not so fast: A modern day do-over of a mid-20th century pupillometry experiment raises the question, what should we make of a failed replication?
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What We Can (and Can’t) Learn From Replicating Scientific Experiments (Undark)
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11 Things We’d Really Like to Know (New York Times)
To mark the 40th anniversary of the Science Times section, the New York Times looks at big topics that curiosity demands answers to, such as climate change, artificial intelligence, space travel and human longevity.
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