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Astrocyte cells in the fruit fly brain are an on-off switch...

Sarah DeGenova Ackerman, University of Oregon The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work.

Why sign language is vital for all deaf babies, regardless of...

Kimberly A. Wolbers, University of Tennessee and Leala Holcomb, University of Tennessee When their newborn failed a hearing test, Quinn and Kai were distraught. Their...

An ode to mac and cheese, the poster child for processed...

Jeffrey Miller, Colorado State University In January 2015, food sales at restaurants overtook those at grocery stores for the first time. Most thought this marked...

As collective memory fades, so will our ability to prepare for...

Sean Donahue, University of Southern California – Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences Just below the Japanese village of Aneyoshi, there’s a stone carved...

Coronavirus diets: What’s behind the urge to eat like little kids?

Carli Liguori, University of Pittsburgh Have you noticed grabbing an extra bag of chips at the supermarket? Or eating more frozen dinners than you used...

Why a computer will never be truly conscious

Subhash Kak, Oklahoma State University Many advanced artificial intelligence projects say they are working toward building a conscious machine, based on the idea that brain...

One skill that doesn’t deteriorate with age

Roger J. Kreuz, University of Memphis When Toni Morrison died on Aug. 5, the world lost one of its most influential literary voices. But Morrison wasn’t...

Misery and memory in Glendora, Mississippi: How poverty is reshaping the...

Dave Tell, University of Kansas In August of 1955, Emmett Till was lynched in the Mississippi Delta. The 14-year-old African American reportedly whistled at a...

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How steak became manly and salads became feminine

Paul Freedman, Yale University When was it decided that women prefer some types of food – yogurt with fruit, salads and white wine – while...