Gayoung Lee

Science journalist and illustrator, exploiting philosophy to talk about science since 2013.

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(Math + Art) × Fun = Mathemalchemy!

The inside scoop on a mathematics fever dream turned artistic playground for all math lovers (and haters too).

The thing about pink we don't see

Pink isn’t just a color. In the era of digital technology, color tools are at our disposal to make pink (and the rainbow) a lifestyle.

No magic, just physics: how scientists are working with a set of phenomena they don’t fully understand.

Chemists are reimagining how polymer chains respond to physical stress, inviting innovative approaches to medicine, tech and more.

Notably, the House America COMPETES Act places greater weight on addressing social inequality in scientific fields, and it includes immigration provisions that the USICA does not.

With the new Security Law expected to take hold in coming weeks, the CCP insists Hong Kong's business community is in full support of its actions. This is misleading.

Researchers have succeeded in stabilizing Chondroitnase ABC, a therapeutic protein capable of reversing and regenerating damaged spinal tissues.

On June 9, North Korea cut off all official and unofficial communication channels with South Korea, with a high-ranking official calling President Moon "worse than his predecessors." This is misleading.