The Good Science Project
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How policymakers actually get things done
The Roots of Progress
By Jason Crawford
The history of technology and the philosophy of progress—a digest of posts from rootsofprogress.org
By David Epstein
The newsletter for generalists.
Common sense and original thinking in bio-medicine
James W. Phillips' Newsletter
By Adam Mastroianni
1) Find what's true and make it useful. 2) Publish every other Tuesday. 3) Photo cred: my dad.
By Will Jarvis
A podcast exploring narratives about progress.
By Kris Abdelmessih
Climb on up, let's see how far we can see. Together.
By Sam Atis
A newsletter about social science, the future, and why people behave in the way that they do.
🌀🗞 The FLUX Review
By 🌀🔍 The FLUX Collective
A systems-thinking newsletter, seeking new ways to make sense of our complex world.
By Alexey Guzey
We are building 21st century institutions of science.
The Intrinsic Perspective
By Erik Hoel
Bridging the two cultures of science and the humanities
The Century of Biology
By Elliot Hershberg
Data, companies, and ideas from the frontier of biology.
By Eric Gilliam
Historical analyses for those building a new generation of research orgs
Strange Loop Canon
“Any fool can know. The point is to understand.” ― Albert Einstein
By James Pethokoukis
Discovering, creating, and inventing a better world through technological innovation, economic growth, and pro-progress culture.
By Matthew Yglesias
Start your day with pragmatic takes on politics and public policy.
Richard Hanania's Newsletter
Foreign policy, American politics, and social science
Astral Codex Ten
By Scott Alexander
P(A|B) = [P(A)*P(B|A)]/P(B), all the rest is commentary.
By Dwarkesh Patel
Deeply researched interviews
By Emily Oster
Evidence-Based Pregnancy and Parenting
Not Boring by Packy McCormick
Tech, web3, optimism, and strategy... but Not Boring
By Jesse Singal
A newsletter about science, social-justice-activism, why they sometimes fight, and how to help them get along better -- plus a good deal of other, more random stuff.
By Kelly J. Baker
The coldest of cold takes (the very opposite of hot takes), pop culture analysis, writing about writing, personal essays, and essays about the world right now. Come read and think along with me.
Cabinet of Wonders
By Samuel Arbesman
Be prepared for radical interdisciplinarity: science + technology + complexity + humanities + wonder.
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