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Tiny treetop flowers foster incredible beetle biodiversity

Caroline S. Chaboo, University of Nebraska-Lincoln The Research Brief is a short take on interesting academic work. The big idea Biologists have long known that rainforest treetops...

Catholic Church urges Venezuela to unite against coronavirus

David Smilde, Tulane University and Hugo Pérez Hernáiz, Universidad Central de Venezuela Coronavirus hasn’t yet hit Venezuela as hard as neighboring Brazil and Colombia. But...

US sanctions on Venezuelan oil could cut the output of refineries...

Eric Smith, Tulane University U.S. sanctions against Venezuela’s state-owned oil and gas company, along with some government officials and executives, are intended to put pressure...

Curious Kids: why don’t poorer countries just print more money?

Alan Shipman, The Open University Curious Kids is a series for children of all ages, where The Conversation asks experts to answer questions from kids....

Trump sees opportunity in Venezuela’s humanitarian crisis as midterms approach

Marco Aponte-Moreno, St Mary's College of California President Donald Trump has spoken forcefully about the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela, calling it a “human tragedy”...

Venezuela’s getting a new constitution whether the people want it or...

Laura Gamboa, Utah State University and Raul Sanchez Urribarri, La Trobe University Despite widespread objections, Venezuela’s president, Nicolas Maduro, is moving ahead with a plan...

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Entertaining the masses: sports spectacles of today began in the 20s

By Donald L. Miller, Lafayette College In the 1920s American sports became big business, a billion dollar industry with “stars” created by the media...