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Los actores Jason Alexander (George), Jerry Seinfeld (Jerry), Michael Richards (Kramer) y Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Elaine) entre las rejas en una escena de los últimos días de rodaje del último episodio de la serie Seinfeld en Studio City, California, el 3 de abril de 1998. David Hume Kennerly/Getty Images

La ciencia de Seinfeld

Tres décadas después de su estreno, echamos un vistazo a lo que la ciencia tiene que decir sobre los episodios más memorables de la serie Seinfeld.
Actors Jason Alexander (George), Jerry Seinfeld (Jerry), Michael Richards (Kramer) and Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Elaine) stand behind bars in a scene during the last days of filming the final episode in Studio City, California, April 3, 1998. David Hume Kennerly/Getty Images

Science of ‘Seinfeld’

As the 31st anniversary of TV's 'Seinfeld' approaches, let's take a look at what science has to say about its most memorable episodes.
The courts are sheltering in place too. 101cats/Getty Images

Bankruptcy courts ill-prepared for tsunami of people going broke from coronavirus shutdown

The bankruptcy system has always been difficult to navigate, especially for minorities and other vulnerable groups. The pandemic is making it a lot harder.
There’s a creeping conformity taking place on the web. Mint Images via Getty Images

Yes, websites really are starting to look more similar

Design bloggers have long had creeping suspicion of a more monolithic web, so a team of researchers decided to analyze the aesthetics of nearly 10,000 websites.
While there’s no evidence COVID-19 can be spread through food, companies must weigh the risks all the same. Kryssia Campos/Getty Images

Coronavirus impact: Meat processing plants weigh risks of prosecution if they’re blamed for spreading infection

While there's no evidence the coronavirus is spread through food or packaging, company executives could be prosecuted if that changes – and they chose to keep a plant open despite a factory outbreak.


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