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New Englanders support more offshore wind power – just don’t send...

David Bidwell, University of Rhode Island; Jeremy Firestone, University of Delaware, and Michael Ferguson, University of New...

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...

Hip-hop professor looks to open doors with world’s first peer-reviewed rap...

A.D. Carson, University of Virginia As a rap artist who is also a professor of hip-hop, I always make...

When fracking moves into the neighborhood, mental health risks rise

Stephanie Malin, Colorado State University Hydraulic fracturing has boomed in the U.S. over the past decade, but unless you live near it, you may not...

Want to reform America’s police? Look to firefighters

Roscoe Scarborough, College of Coastal Georgia Freddie Gray. Eric Garner. Michael Brown. The deaths of black youth and men at the hands of police have sparked...

How male ‘porn superfans’ really view women

Paul J. Maginn, University of Western Australia; Aleta Baldwin, The University of Texas at San Antonio; Barbara Brents, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and...

Women take a hit for reporting sexual harassment, but #MeToo may...

Chloe Grace Hart, Stanford University An unprecedented number of women have come forward to share stories of workplace sexual harassment since the #MeToo movement gained...

Why is it fun to be frightened?

Margee Kerr, University of Pittsburgh ...

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Sara M. Langston, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University On May 30, 2020, millions of Americans watched the inaugural SpaceX Crew Dragon launch NASA astronauts to the International...