Philippe Lemoine has a new post up on the CSPI website, “Have we been thinking about the pandemic wrong? The effect of population structure on transmission.” See Twitter thread here. The main highlights are the following: Standard epidemiological models predict that, in the abse…
This week’s guest on the CSPI podcast is Leif Rasmussen, a PhD candidate in computer science at Northwestern University, and the author of the new CSPI…
CSPI has just released a new report, “Increasing Politicization and Homogeneity in Scientific Funding: An Analysis of NSF Grants, 1990-2020,” by Leif R…
Robert Plomin is a Professor of Behavioural Genetics at King’s College London and author of Blueprint: How DNA Makes Us Who We Are. The conversation in…
A new blog post is up at the CSPI website, “Perceptions of Racism Can Shape Support for QAnon,” by Jack Thompson and Sierra Madre. Click here for the f…
Michael Shellenberger is an activist and author. He joins the podcast to talk about his book San Fransicko: Why Progressives Ruin Cities. He discusses …
Razib Khan is a geneticist and Substacker. He joins the podcast to talk about what genetics can tell us about the human past and the progress made in h…
Steven Pinker is a professor of psychology at Harvard University. The author of several books, his latest is Rationality: What It Is, Why It Seems Scar…
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