Friday assorted links

1. The UK’s new £50 note celebrates Alan Turing with lots of geeky Easter eggs.

2. “Compared with the United States, students in China, India and Russia do not gain critical thinking skills over four years [of STEM education].

3. The latest from China concerning cotton.

4. Rutgers will require students to get the vaccine.

5. A response from the temperature-gdp authors.

6. Coverage of the left-wing economics revolution at Berkeley.

7. The rate of sexual victimization is higher than most people think.

8. Virginia Postrel on textiles and civilization (NYT).

9. Fergus McCullough favorite reads of 2020.


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