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Sze Yan Liu, Montclair State University The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work.

‘The Activist’ reality TV show sparked furor, but treating causes as...

Alexandra Budabin, University of Dayton and Lisa Ann Richey, Copenhagen Business School CBS quickly backpedaled after an announcement about...

The four-day work week – has its moment arrived? Podcast

Daniel Merino, The Conversation and Gemma Ware, The Conversation Over the last few years, companies and governments in a...

The 2021 World Food Prize recognizes that fish are key for...

Ben Belton, Michigan State University Fish and other aquatic foods are integral to diets for more than 1 billion...

Atlantic hurricane season starts June 1 – here’s what forecasters are...

Kristopher Karnauskas, University of Colorado Boulder As summer in the Northern Hemisphere approaches, forecasters begin watching every bout of...

Fences have big effects on land and wildlife around the world...

Alex McInturff, University of California Santa Barbara; Christine Wilkinson, University of California, Berkeley, and Wenjing Xu, University of California, Berkeley What is the most common...

COVID-19: examining theories for Africa’s low death rates

Kevin Marsh, University of Oxford and Moses Alobo, African Academy of Sciences As the threat of a COVID-19 pandemic emerged earlier this year, many felt...

High-value opportunities exist to restore tropical rainforests around the world –...

Robin Chazdon, University of Connecticut The green belt of tropical rainforests that covers equatorial regions of the Americas, Africa, Indonesia and Southeast Asia is turning...

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5 ways the world is better off dealing with a pandemic...

Siddharth Chandra, Michigan State University and Eva Kassens-Noor, Michigan State University Near the end of the First World War, a deadly flu raced across the...