The hunt for subatomic particles can require massive facilities. But $3 million in funding from two foundations will back a lab-sized, highly sensitive instrument to explore secrets of matter and antimatter.
Why we act or don’t act poses one of the toughest problems facing scholars, and it's one that ricochets between philosophy and empirical science. The Templeton Foundation just pledged $4.5 million to one philosopher to bring together both camps in pursuit of this question of self-control. The initiative will make subgrants in two rounds over the next three years.