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Nutrient dilution and grasshopper decline
Ellen Welti explains how grasshoppers in a Kansas prairie could be in decline even with abundant grass.
Protein design and its applications
NAS member David Baker describes how to design proteins from scratch and the products of his lab's own protein design efforts
Active learning in STEM
Elli Theobald and Scott Freeman describe the benefits of active learning for underrepresented minority students.
Designing street networks
Adam Millard-Ball and Chris Barrington-Leigh explain trends in urban street network design.
Engineering T cells to fight disease
NAS member and Nobel laureate David Baltimore describes efforts to enhance T cells' ability to fight cancer and HIV.
Dynamics of RNA frameshifting
Christine Dunham discusses RNA frameshifting and its potential applications in biotechnology.
Henri Weimerskirch describes how albatrosses can help detect illegal fishing boats.
Stardust predating the Solar System
Philipp Heck tells the story of interstellar stardust grains that predate the Solar System.
The Science of Science Communication
Baruch Fischhoff, a decision scientist at Carnegie Mellon University, explains the ingredients necessary for effective science communication.
Impact crater in southern Laos
Kerry Sieh recounts the hunt for a meteorite impact crater in Southeast Asia.
Dana Lepofsky describes ancient sustainable clam gardening practices.
Artificial intelligence in the laboratory
Theoretical physicists Hans Briegel and Hendrik Poulsen Nautrup describe an artificial intelligence that can design quantum experiments.
Rhetoric of the French Revolution
Simon Dedeo and Alexander Barron discuss the rhetoric that shaped the French Revolution.
Ocean eddies and shark foraging
Cam Braun explains how ocean eddies allow sharks to dive and forage in deep water.
Signs of admixture in fossil record
Shara Bailey explains the significance of a three-rooted lower molar in an archaic jaw.
Nucleic acid liquid crystals
Noel Clark and Tommaso Bellini describe how nucleic acids form double-helical liquid crystals, with implications for the origins of life.
Eye movement and visual perception
Benjamin de Haas explains individual differences in eye movement patterns.
Serotonin, platelets, and immunity
Eric Boilard explains the role of serotonin and platelets in immune responses.
Interfaces and Mixing
A collection of research articles explores developments in interfacial transport and mixing, with wide-ranging practical applications.
Origin of sunflower family
Jennifer Mandel outlines the evolutionary history of the sunflower family.
Nutrients and Chesapeake Bay recovery
Jonathan Lefcheck and Robert Orth discuss nutrient pollution and recovery in the Chesapeake Bay.
Physics of chocolate-making
Daniel Hodgson explains the physics of chocolate-making.
Adapting to climate change
Chris Field discusses misconceptions about climate change and how humans can adapt to a warming planet.
Climate change and global economic inequality
Noah Diffenbaugh and Marshall Burke discuss how global warming impacts economies and income inequality.
Bacterial symbiosis with bobtail squid
Margaret McFall-Ngai describes how a symbiont bacterium affects a host cephalopod.
Aftermath of Chicxulub asteroid
A paleontological site preserves the immediate aftermath of the asteroid impact that may have caused a global mass extinction.
Immigration and economic mobility
Thor Berger and Per Engzell explore connections between European immigration and present-day economic mobility in the US.
Parenting and STEM careers
Erin Cech discusses parenting and gender disparities among STEM professionals.
Tracing the origin of Europe’s megaliths
Bettina Schulz Paulsson explains the origin and spread of Europe's megaliths, including Stonehenge.
Pollution across borders
Daven Henze discusses how air pollution spreads across the globe and what policymakers are doing in response.
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