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With the help of trained dolphins, our team of researchers is...

Jason Bruck, Oklahoma State University Human actions have taken a steep toll on whales and dolphins. Some studies estimate that small whale abundance, which includes...

Millions of burnt trees and rusted cars: Post-disaster cleanup is expensive,...

Sybil Derrible, University of Illinois at Chicago; Juyeong Choi, Florida State University, and Nazli Yesiller, California Polytechnic State University The most destructive and costliest wildfire...

Don’t shoot! That drone overhead probably isn’t invading your privacy

Stephen Rice, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and Mattie Milner, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University The first commercial medical drones are taking flight in the U.S., delivering blood samples...

Your next pilot could be drone software

Jeremy Straub, North Dakota State University Would you get on a plane that didn’t have a human pilot in the cockpit? Half of air travelers...

Is it time for a presidential technoethics commission?

Daniel N. Rockmore, Dartmouth College A recent New York Times article highlighted the growing integration of technologies and textiles, displaying a photograph of a delicate...

How – and why – Google is transforming the map

By Anthony Stefanidis, George Mason University; Andrew Crooks, George Mason University, and Arie Croitoru, George Mason University Google has managed to map most of the...

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Susan Sonnenschein, University of Maryland, Baltimore County and Elyse R. Grossman, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health The Research Brief is a short take...