Researcher Brian J. Ford uses Leeuwenhoek's designs to capture exactly what the scientist saw.
Carol Pinchefsky is a freelance writer of technology, games, and geekery for markets such as Forbes, SFX, Battlestar Galactica magazine, Strange Horizons, IGN.com, PC Gamer, Gameshark, MMO Games, The New York Review of Science Fiction, and Lightspeed. Non-genre writing includes The New York Times and Time Out New York. She also edits the humor competition at Fantasy and Science Fiction magazine. You can follow her on Twitter, Google+, and Facebook.
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There’s something strange in the neighborhood ... and that neighborhood is still New York.
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During Star Wars Weekends, the happiest place on Earth becomes the geekiest place on Earth.
New theater re-release will give us more mutant goodness.
There is absolutely nothing that can go wrong.
Brought to you by the producer of Arrow and The Flash.
The case against Tony Stark.