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Optimism and the Inquisition: The Extraordinary Life of Girolamo Cardano

Polymath Girolamo Cardano was beaten, imprisoned, survived a plague, and was banned by the church. Yet his work in medicine, engineering, mathematics and more is present in our lives today.

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Medicine - "It's Not Enough" (stream)

Medicine has reunited after 18 long years apart and Captured Tracks is releasing their brand new album, 'To The Happy Few', out on August 6th. Here is the second song that label has shared with listeners, "It's Not Enough".

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Don’t Call Her a Gypsy: The Grace Potter Interview

Known for her dynamic concerts with her band the Nocturnals, Grace Potter is reinventing the blues-rock hybrid by letting other influences bleed into her energetic music.

Erin Lyndal Martin
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The Brain That Changes Itself: Stories of Personal Triumph from the Frontiers of Brain Science by No

Two medical narratives shine, two are DOA: Science presented on a human scale.

Julia Keller
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Better by Atul Gawande, MD

Instead of handing out a heavy pile of research, he chooses to remains an agile writer, commenting on complex issues through a series of intimate vignettes.

Robert Roose, MD

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