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COP28: 7 food and agriculture innovations needed to protect the climate...

Paul Winters, University of Notre Dame For the first time ever, food and agriculture took center stage at the...

Writing instructors are less afraid of students cheating with ChatGPT than...

Daniel Ernst, Texas Woman's University and Troy Hicks, Central Michigan University When ChatGPT launched a year ago, headlines flooded...

AI scores in the top percentile of creative thinking

Erik Guzik, University of Montana Of all the forms of human intellect that one might expect artificial intelligence to...

What’s a Luddite? An expert on technology and society explains

Andrew Maynard, Arizona State University The term “Luddite” emerged in early 1800s England. At the time there was a...

Foams used in car seats and mattresses are hard to recycle...

Srikanth Pilla, Clemson University and James Sternberg, Clemson University The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic...

Nobel prizes most often go to researchers who defy specialization –...

Robert Root-Bernstein, Michigan State University and Michele Root-Bernstein, Michigan State University Experts often recommend that people specialize in one...

Cut yourself and others some slack: we need more time to...

Maroš Servátka, Macquarie Graduate School of Management In 1928 Scottish microbiologist Alexander Fleming, while studying the staphylococcus bacteria, noticed...

These machines scrub greenhouse gases from the air – an inventor...

Klaus Lackner, Arizona State University Two centuries of burning fossil fuels has put more carbon dioxide, a powerful greenhouse...

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