The Institute Letter Fall 2019

Includes a variety of articles by Faculty and Members exploring bewilderment and clarity, the changing faces of biology, the social life of DNA, movement politics, race after technology, discrimination and Western democracy, modern racism and medieval race-thinking, academic freedom, partial differential equations, the possible unification of mathematics and physics, and the singular adventures of the late Professor Jean Bourgain. Also featuring conversations with James Peebles, 2019 Nobel Prize Laureate, and several current Members. Explore a collection of articles spanning the last decade to today in the Ideas section.

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