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NASA’s asteroid sample mission gave scientists around the world the rare opportunity to study an artificial meteor Brian Elbring, Oklahoma State University; Elizabeth Silber, Sandia National Laboratories 6/10/2024
The biblical character who goes ‘down the rabbit hole’ into an alternate reality − just like Alice in Wonderland Ryan Armstrong
Electric air taxis are on the way – quiet eVTOLs may be flying passengers as early as 2025 Jamey Jacob
'The Amazon of Sports' has already cornered baseball's apparel market – and is now on the verge of subsuming baseball cards, too Nathaniel Grow, Indiana University; John Holden, Oklahoma State University; and
Marc Edelman, Baruch College, CUNY
Texas fires: Cattle ranchers face struggles ahead to find and feed their herds while burned grasslands recover Karen Hickman
Deepfakes and disinformation swirl ahead of Indonesian election – podcast Author: Gemma Ware, The Conversation;
Interviewed: F.X. Lilik Dwi Mardjianto, Universitas Multimedia Nusantara and Nuurrianti Jalli, Oklahoma State University
A newly identified ‘Hell chicken’ species suggests dinosaurs weren’t sliding toward extinction before the fateful asteroid hit Kyle Atkins-Weltman and Eric Snively 1/24/2024
Navigating algorithmic bias amid rapid AI development in Southeast Asia Nuurrianti Jalli 1/23/2024
Sandra Day O’Connor saw civics education as key to the future of democracy Joshua Jansa and Eve Ringsmuth 12/15/2023
Every state is about to dole out federal funding for broadband internet – not every state is ready for the task Brian Whitacre
Gettysburg tells the story of more than a battle − the military park shows what national ‘reconciliation’ looked like for decades after the Civil War Katrina Stack, University of Tennessee; Rebecca Sheehan, Oklahoma State University 11/17/2023
We asked 1,000 Zimbabweans what they think of China's influence on their country − only 37% viewed it favorably William Hatungimana and Haruka Nagao 9/28/2023
Your genetic code has lots of ‘words’ for the same thing – information theory may help explain the redundancies Subhash Kak 7/27/2023
Supreme Court has not committed to a major innovation in transparency it started during the pandemic
Eve Ringsmuth, Oklahoma State University; Rachael Houston, Texas Christian University; Timothy Johnson, University of Minnesota
Easter bunnies, cacao beans and pollinating bugs: A basket of 6 essential reads about chocolate Kelley Fanto Deetz, University of California, Berkeley; DeWayne Shoemaker, University of Tennessee; Caitlin Clark, Colorado State University; Robert C. Ulin, Rochester Institute of Technology; Leticia Fanucchi, Oklahoma State University; Sheryl Barringer, The Ohio State University 4/5/2023
Globetrotting Black nutritionist Flemmie P. Kittrell revolutionized early childhood education and illuminated ‘hidden hunger’ Brandy Thomas Wells
People blame and judge parents for children's heavier weights Jamie Krems and Devanshi Patel 1/26/2023
A librarian recommends 5 fun fiction books for kids and teens featuring disabled characters Rebecca Weber 1/18/2023
Holiday foods can be toxic to pets – a veterinarian explains which, and what to do if Rover or Kitty eats them Leticia Fanucchi 12/16/2022
Intuitions about justice are a consistent part of human nature across cultures and millennia Daniel Sznycer and Carlton Patrick
Confidence in the Supreme Court is declining – but there is no easy way to oversee justices and their politics Eve Ringsmuth 8/1/2022
Monarch butterflies join the Red List of endangered species, thanks to habitat loss, climate change and pesticides Kristen Baum 7/26/2022
What really drives anti-abortion beliefs? Research suggests it’s a matter of sexual strategies Jaimie Arona Krems and Martie Haselton 7/19/2022
2/3 of US colleges and universities lack student groups for Muslims, Jews, Hindus or Buddhists Jonathan S. Coley, Dhruba Das and Gary John Adler Jr. 6/6/2022
Is intermittent fasting the diet for you? Here’s what the science says McKale Montgomery 5/19/2022
Leaking a Supreme Court draft opinion on abortion or other hot topics is unprecedented – 4 things to know about how the high court works Eve Ringsmuth 5/18/2022
How a poet and professor promotes racial understanding with lessons from history Quraysh Ali Lansana 4/6/2022
The 1 in 10 U.S. doctors with reservations about vaccines could be undermining the fight against COVID-19 Matt Motta and Timothy Callaghan 4/5/2022
Medieval illustrated manuscripts reveal how upper-class women managed healthy households – overseeing everything from purging, leeching and cupping to picking the right wet nurse Jennifer Borland 4/1/2022
1 in 10 Americans say they don’t eat meat – a growing share of the population Bailey Norwood and Courtney Bir 3/1/2022
How to build wildfire-resistant communities on the wildland fringe Jeanne Homer 2/1/2022
Sports card explosion holds promise for keeping kids engaged in math John Holden 12/22/2021
Mistletoe - famous for stolen holiday kisses - is a parasite that steals water and nutrients from other plants David Hillock 12/16/2021
Why do couples use baby talk with one another? Ramesh Kaipa 12/3/2021
Is your state ready to handle the influx of federal funds for expanding broadband? Brian Whitacre, Christina Biedny 12/2/2021
The pandemic is changing the way young people eat and how they feel about their bodies: 4 essential reads Amanda Harrist, Christia Spears Brown, Elizabeth Budd, Julia F. Taylor, Laura Hubbs-Tait, Nichole Kelly, Nicole Giuliani, Sara Groff Stephens 11/29/2021
Climate change denial 2.0 was on full display at COP26, but there was also pushback David Tindall, Mark CJ Stoddart, Riley E Dunlap 11/18/2021
Kids with obesity need acceptance from family and friends, not just better diet tips, to succeed at managing their weight Amanda Harrist, Laura Hubbs-Tait 10/25/2021
Avoiding water bankruptcy in the drought-troubled Southwest: What the US and Iran can learn from each other Mojtaba Sadegh, Ali Mirchi, Amir AghaKouchak, Kaveh Madani 9/29/2021
Colleges must choose whether to let athletes wear school gear for paid promotions John Holden 9/23/2021
Do star athletes who want to play for the NBA really need college? What LaMelo Ball got right - and wrong - about why they don't John Holden 8/26/2021
Unverified reports of vaccine side effects in VAERS aren't the smoking guns portrayed by right-wing media outlets - they can offer insight into vaccine hesitancy Matt Motta, Dominik Stecula 8/25/2021


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