Certain European countries’ experience confronting Russian disinformation campaigns may offer useful lessons as the U.S. joins the battle.
Seen through an international lens, both migrant-sending and migrant-receiving countries share responsibility for the people displaced by globalization.
Equivalence testing provides another tool in the toolbox for scientists to present “positive” results.
Opportunities for learning these skills are everywhere – and there are simple, enjoyable activities that parents can lead to foster these skills.
As we enter the traditional, post-Labor Day sprint in the campaign season, voters may want to consider how much their vote really counts.
The restoration of Maryland’s Blode Dam is a one-of-a-kind natural experiment that will help test how relatively inexpensive drones can help scientists understand the integrity of streams and rivers.
Every day there are roughly 386,000 new mouths to feed, and in that same 24 hours, scientists estimate between one and 100 species will go extinct. That’s it. Lost forever.
Back in the day, most teens had some sort of job lined up for the summer. Recently, however, that seems to be no longer the case.
The Russian attacks on the 2016 U.S. presidential election and the country’s continuing election-related hacking have happened across all three dimensions of cyberspace – physical, informational and cognitive.
When you think about fearsome predators in the ocean, the first thing that pops into your mind is probably a shark. Sure, sharks are OK, with their sleek, menacing shape and their gaping jaws with rows of jagged teeth. But if you were a fish living on a coral reef or cruising along the shore over the sands of a tropical island, you would fear a far more terrifying predator.