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We miss you, Herman Hesse We miss you, Herman Hesse

If you’re wondering why you woke up this morning in a state of existential perplexity, it’s probably because today’s the fifty-fifth anniversary of the death of German writer and painter Herman Hesse, nicknamedRead more »

Editing the genome Editing the genome

“So wildly wrong that it defies rational analysis,” ranks among the toughest reviews an author can receive—particularly if it comes from a Nobel Prize-winning molecular biologist in response to yourRead more »