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New cybersecurity center to protect grids integrated with renewables, microgrids
How will US foreign policy affect Joe Biden’s chances of re-election in November?
Are tomorrow’s engineers ready to face AI’s ethical challenges?
Apple ramps up investment in clean energy and water around the world
Engineers making a better, more profitable grid for distributing solar power
US media coverage of new science less likely to mention researchers with African and East Asian names
What You Do and Don’t Know About Racial Inequities in Health Care Can Hurt You
Online child safety laws could help or hurt – 2 pediatricians explain what’s likely to work and what isn’t
Hospice care for those with dementia falls far short of meeting people’s needs at the end of life
Bridges can be protected from ship collisions – an expert on structures in disasters explains how
Generative AI could leave users holding the bag for copyright violations
Elon Musk says ketamine can get you out of a ‘negative frame of mind’. What does the research say?
AI can help predict whether a patient will respond to specific tuberculosis treatments, paving way for personalized care
How do airplanes fly? An aerospace engineer explains the physics of flight
Congress is failing to deliver on its promise of billions more in research spending, threatening America’s long-term economic competitiveness
Emotion-tracking AI on the job: Workers fear being watched – and misunderstood
Michigan Gov. Whitmer proposes a caregiver tax credit − an idea many Americans support
Citizens often act against self-interest in granting police consent
A personal tale of intellectual humility – and the rewards of being open-minded
Attack Week With Monday Morning Mile
Should world leaders worry about another Trump presidency?
How is snow made? An atmospheric scientist describes the journey of frozen ice crystals from clouds to the ground
Distinguished scientists set to share research with new audiences
Some truths are self-evident: Joe Biden is too old. But who could possibly replace him?
Hispanic Patients With Respiratory Failure Much More Likely to Be Oversedated
UQ research gets global boost
Autopen shows perils of automation in communications
Einaudi researcher looks to world for lessons on US democracy
How to elicit authentic ‘yes’
Action required as environmental impact emerges
Is cold water bad for you? What about drinking from the hose or tap? The facts behind 5 water myths
The Evolutionary Timeline of Diminished Boric Acid and Urea Transportation in Aquaporin 10
Amcor Lift-Off Winner WIPE leveraging technology to evaluate packaging quality
New method could help estimate wildlife disease spread
Study shows how Instagram could help promote awareness of stuttering
Day-extension Blue light Inhibits Chrysanthemum Flowering when Far-red Light is Included
Friendly hyenas are more likely to form mobs
Cornell hosts Engineers for a Sustainable World national conference
‘Malus’ Species With Diverse Bloom Times Exhibit Variable Rates of Floral Development
Understanding Charged Particles Helps Physicists Simulate Element Creation in Stars
Making a difference, belonging drives rural festival volunteers and bolsters community development
Less than 75% of Queenslanders have access to fluoridated water – and it’s putting oral health at risk
New Compound Outperforms Pain Drug by Indirectly Targeting Calcium Channels
Dietary supplement modifies gut microbiome
Free webinar: Supporting doctors and medical students with disability
Forum on disability support across medical profession
Environmental DNA breakthrough detects genetic diversity of invasive fish