By Laura Gardner
Biologist Dan Perlman’s photos tell stories of death, life, predation, transformation, habitat loss and sexual sprees.
By Theresa Pease
Wrongful convictions can be overturned by DNA evidence. But what happens when the wrongfully imprisoned lack such physical evidence? Meet Lindsay Markel ’08 of the Justice Brandeis Innocence Project.
The original “mad scientists,” Sir Isaac Newton and his contemporaries transcended 17th-century humbug to raise the curtain on the modern world, says Edward Dolnick ’74 in his latest book.