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Life Sciences Sep 25
Life Sciences
It has become an almost essential element of academic life, from college lecture halls to elementary classrooms: the group assignment. Dreaded by some, loved by others, group projects typically aim to build teamwork and accountability while students learn about a topic.
Earth Sciences Sep 21
Earth Sciences

Deep below the ocean's surface, shielded from satellite signals, the gradual movement of the seafloor - including along faults that can unleash deadly earthquakes and tsunamis - goes largely undetected.

Environment Sep 18
Environment

For people who make a living by harvesting natural resources, income volatility is a persistent threat.

Environment Sep 14
Environment

Like old-growth trees in a forest, old fish in the ocean play important roles in the diversity and stability of marine ecosystems.

Microtechnics Sep 13
Microtechnics

University of Washington researchers have demonstrated for the first time that devices that run on almost zero power can transmit data across distances of up to 2.8 kilometers - breaking a long-held barrier and potentially enabling a vast array of interconnected devices.

Microtechnics Sep 20
Microtechnics

The Southern Ocean is key to Earth's climate, but the same gusting winds, big waves and strong currents that are important to ocean physics make it perilous for oceanographers.

Environment Sep 14
Environment

A new nationwide study finds that the U.S. made little progress from 2000 to 2010 in reducing relative disparities between people of color and whites in exposure to harmful air pollution emitted by cars, trucks and other combustion sources.

Environment Sep 13
Environment

Climate change will force many amphibians, mammals and birds to move to cooler areas outside their normal ranges, provided they can find space and a clear trajectory among our urban developments and growing cities.

Social Sciences Sep 13
Social Sciences

Blatant racism is easy to identify - a shouted racial slur, a white supremacist rally, or the open discrimination, segregation and violence of the pre-civil rights era.





 
 
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