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Submission + - The end of Futures in Nature

An anonymous reader writes: It is a sad day for procrastinators and other researchers worlwide, as Nature magazine announced this week that it is ending its Futures series. For several years now, that one pages sci-fi story at the end of Nature served a reminder of why all of us (scientists) are in this business. And for a gradute student like myself, it was often that little thing that made the difference between going to sleep and glancing over the last issue of Nature.
I invite everyone read my favorite "Future"(subscription or university connection required):
Ivory Tower

Machines certainly can solve problems, store information, correlate, and play games -- but not with pleasure. -- Leo Rosten

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