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Jan 6, 2014
As part of our cultural narrative, many comic books personify genius through their fantastic characters. Presented here are the ten comic book geniuses that rise to the top of today's sequential lore.
by Christian Sager | Dec 20, 2013
Peter Higgs and Randy Shekman criticize flaws in academic publishing. Learn more about their arguments at Stuff of Genius.
by Christian Sager | Dec 6, 2013
William Moulton Marston invented both the lie detector and Wonder Woman. Learn where both originated at Stuff of Genius.
by Christian Sager | Nov 29, 2013
Mary Tinetti received a MacArthur Fellowship for her work in geriatrics. Learn about the risks of falling in the elderly at Stuff of Genius.
by Christian Sager | Nov 22, 2013
Thomas Edison invented the phonograph & put it in dolls. Learn more about Edison's phonograph at Stuff of Genius.
by Christian Sager | Nov 13, 2013
Koichi Kitamura has filed a patent for typhoon busting submarines. Learn more about Kitamura & his invention on Stuff of Genius.
by Christian Sager | Nov 6, 2013
Leonardo Da Vinci wrote a great cover letter to Ludovico Sforza. Learn more about the letter at Stuff of Genius.
by Christian Sager | Nov 1, 2013
Nikola Tesla proved the superiority of alternating current at the Pan-American Exposition in 1901. Learn more at Stuff of Genius.
by Christian Sager | Oct 29, 2013
The average Nobel laureate in 2013 is 71, American and male. Learn more about Nobel laureate demographics at Stuff of Genius.
Oct 22, 2013
Some inventions make things easier for us. Some cause revolutions that forever change the course of human history. Others play catchy songs out of the mouth of a plastic fish mounted on a plaque.
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