Ilke Boran argues that there may be much to be gained from space exploration, as long as the benefits are made available to all.
Jacques William Bouvier debates the pros and cons of intellectual property in the life sciences, and how regulation might foster innovation.
Duncan W. Martinson describes the progression of optimal transport theory through various applications from economics to AI.
Simon Lichtinger describes how the development of super-resolution microscopy enabled scientists to see beyond the optical diffraction limit.
Title image by Lizzie Daly By Sea Yun Pius Joung As one enters the quadrangle of our beloved Bodleian, one can’t help but notice the grandeur of it all—the ancient windows; the scent of old books; the archways leading into mysterious rooms such as the schola moralis philosophiae, the schola astronomiae et rhetoricae, or the schola…