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Inuit researchers are leading a scientific movement to understand life on the ice
A new Canadian initiative puts traditional knowledge and modern tech to work for climate science and social justice.
In war, it’s not just your allies that matter—their allies matter too. And so do theirs.
Friends of friends of friends are basically friends
Arguing About Politics Online Might Not Actually Be A Bad Idea
How to see more diverse opinions on your timelines
What If the Neighbors Are Watching?
How peer pressure can be used to lower energy bills
Six Charts Show Why No One Is Talking About Climate Change
The spiral of silence
Are You Happier Without Facebook?
You may not 'like' the answer
‘Mean Girls’ In Science
Scientists seem to love this movie, which is 10 years old today. They refer to it all the time in scientific papers.
What Drunk Prairie Voles Can Tell Us About Booze And Relationships
How alcohol affects men and women, as told by rodents
Can The Expansion Of Cell Phone Coverage Lead To Violent Conflict?
A recent study found statistically significant evidence, but there is still more research to be done.
MRI Brain Scans Can Solve Eternal Social Problem of Freeloading
The problem of people who take more than their fair share of public services is as old as public services … Continued