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Coronavirus relief funds could easily pay to stop the worst of...

David L. McCollum, University of Tennessee CC BY-NDAs of late summer, governments around the world had pledged US$12.2 trillion of relief in response to the...

Delinquent electric bills from the pandemic are coming due – who...

Theodore J. Kury, University of Florida The shutdowns and restrictions that governments have imposed to limit the spread of COVID-19 have made it hard for...

How 10 billion people could live well by 2050 – using...

Joel Millward-Hopkins, University of Leeds Forced contraception in exchange for aid is the solution. The problem is that there are too many of us. COVID-19 is nature’s...

Clever chemistry turns ordinary bricks into electricity storage devices

Julio M. D'Arcy, Washington University in St Louis The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work. The big idea In my synthetic chemistry lab,...

Both conservatives and liberals want a green energy future, but for...

Deidra Miniard, Indiana University; Joe Kantenbacher, Indiana University, and Shahzeen Attari, Indiana University Political divisions are a growing fixture in the United States today, whether...

A decade after the Deepwater Horizon explosion, offshore drilling is still...

Donald Boesch, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Ten years ago, on April 20, 2010, the BP Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded, killing 11...

NASCAR may be the fastest way to learn about physics

Christine Helms, University of Richmond There’s just something thrilling about traveling at high speeds. Throughout history people have always pushed themselves to go faster, whether...

Keith Krach Confirmed as Under Secretary During U.S. Senate Confirmation Vote...

Washington DC (Life & News) — At 2:30pm EDT on Thursday, June 20th, 2019, during the United States Senate's 116th Congress, 1st Session, Keith...

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A neuroscience-based action plan to deal with stress after El Paso...

Laurel Mellin, University of California, San Francisco After the mass murders in El Paso and Dayton, discussions about improving mental health and strengthening gun control...