As a somewhat invisible part of COVID-19 science, we’ve been developing and producing billions of super strong vaccine vials.
Observing the lockdowns’ economic impact, two University of Chicago economists compared consumer traffic in places that did and did not shelter in place.
Contemplating the impact of the McDonald’s Moscow, journalist Thomas Friedman suggested that nations that hosted the hamburger chain won’t fight each other.
By crowdsourcing innovation through a contest, NASA hopes to solve a poop problem with financial incentives that have dependably spurred invention.
Weekly News Roundup Sunday 05.01.16 Why we need grit…more Monday 05.02.16 A better way to fight poachers…more Tuesday 05.03..16 The tax that Princeton might have to pay…more Wednesday 05.04.16 How our mailmen might change…more Thursday 05.05.16 Mexican soda tax problems…more Friday 05.06.16 A new way…
Also called grit, the ability to adhere to many hours of solitary practice that targets an increasingly difficult sequence of skills levels helps us excel.
If Alexander Hamilton’s image remains on a new 10 dollar bill, then a woman’s image could replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill.
Following the law of supply, U.S. shale oil firms will lower output because OPEC is letting price plummet but airlines on demand side like lower prices.
The spread of refrigeration in China has positive and negative externalities that relate to household diets, greenhouse gases and transport and home waste.
Our Monday Gender Issue: “A woman’s place is on home, first, second, and third.” A League of Their Own, 1992 45 years ago, cheerleading and square dancing were the sports we associated with young women while only 1 in 27…