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A little guidance from Shakespeare. By Tom Palaima, Ph.D., and Al Martinich, Ph.D.
It has severe implications for women's advancement. By Richard J. Reddick Ed.D.
Examining U.S. patent cases. By John Allison, J.D.
Are we diminishing our children’s sense of wonder? By Christopher Brown, Ph.D.
It starts with combating implicit bias. By Laura Suggs, Ph.D.
The price of oil can have far-reaching consequences for everyone.
Stigma is literally killing people living with HIV.
Do they even go together?
Loosening up the playbook of masculinity. By Aaron B. Rochlen, Ph.D.
Using racially coded language.
Don't leave all control to ISPs. By Prabhudev Konana, Ph.D.
Here's how to fix it. By Robert Quigley and Angeline Close Scheinbaum
It’s time we do more to address the underlying causes.
All nations must work together to sustain our planet. By Juan Miró, Ph.D., and Fernando Lara, Ph.D.
Who will care for us when we get old? By Jacqueline Angel, Ph.D.
Tweaking how we teach kids about that September day. By Michael B. Stoff, Ph.D.
Celebrating the miracle of honest labor. By John Doggett, J.D.
Unseen challenges for your corner grocery store. By Junfeng Jiao, Ph.D.
Exploring friction without threat. By Lise Ragbir
We need bipartisanship today, and every day. By J. Paul Pope
What does "100 percent renewable" really mean? By David Spence, Ph.D.
The true role of immigrants in our country. By Gregory L. Fenves, Ph.D.
We need to take a hard look at child support policies. By Robert Crosnoe, Ph.D.
Reflecting on the reality of black fatherhood. By Louis Harrison, Ph.D.
Providing healthy meals to children is a critical issue, not a partisan issue. By Steven Abrams, M.D.
The lack of nutritional value of fruit juice or beverages during a baby's first year. Steven Abrams, M.D.
Explanations for this polarization revolve around one thing: Energy consumption. By Carey W. King, Ph.D.
Reflecting on sending soldiers into harm’s way.
When science and politics collide. By Tim Beach, Ph.D.
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