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Breast cancer awareness campaigns can do a better job supporting women...

Rachel Kraus, Ball State University Since 1985, cancer-related nonprofits, along with pharmaceutical firms and other businesses, have sponsored an international campaign to observe October as...

Male fertility is declining – studies show that environmental toxins could...

Ryan P. Smith, University of Virginia In the U.S., nearly 1 in 8 couples struggles with infertility. Unfortunately, physicians...

Duckweed is an incredible, radiation-fighting astronaut food – and by changing...

Barbara Demmig-Adams, University of Colorado Boulder The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work. What’s the big idea? Current industrialized food systems were optimized...

When it comes to brain tumors, a patient’s sex matters

Joshua Rubin, Washington University in St Louis Have you ever wondered why, in most species, males are larger and more ornamented than females? It’s an...

Before the US approves new uranium mining, consider its toxic legacy

Stephanie Malin, Colorado State University Uranium – the raw material for nuclear power and nuclear weapons – is having a moment in the spotlight. Companies such...

Seeds in space – how well can they survive harsh, non-Earth...

Gina Riggio, University of Arkansas Will we someday colonize space? Will our children visit other planets? To achieve goals like these, we’ll need to crack...

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Timothy D. Lytton, Georgia State University Senate Republicans’ push to grant companies sweeping immunity from civil liability for failure to adequately protect workers and customers...