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Nick Holowka, Postdoctoral Researcher, performs an ultra sound on callouses

Leave those calluses alone

A groundbreaking researcher in running turns his attention to walking, with and without shoes

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Brian Cafferty works in the lab.

Beyond the cloud

With molecular data storage, cat videos could outlast us all

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Aerial photo of Alaska

No laughing matter

The warming Arctic permafrost may be releasing more nitrous oxide, a potent greenhouse gas, than previously thought

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Scientists

Forward thinking

Reproducible, miniature 3D models of human brain tissue open new frontiers in neuroscience

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Photo manip of a person in profile, over clouds

Easy on the eyes

Artificial intelligence reveals what neurons in the visual cortex prefer to look at

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Day of the golden jackal

Doctoral student shares insights on the predators’ European expansion and human-altered landscapes and evolution

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OEB Professor Andrew Berry  and his students are studying different facets of evolution.

Written in the bones

Doctoral students describe projects at the cutting edge of evolutionary inquiry

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Physics Ph.D. student Julian Kates-Harbeck explains artificial intelligence and fusion energy.

Containing the sun

In the quest for clean, limitless energy through nuclear fusion, scientists use ‘deep learning’ AI to predict destructive disruptions

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Provincetown skyline.

Protecting P-town

GSD students imagine approaches to climate change that save the town’s quintessential New England character

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Ellen Ochoa is the former director of the Johnson Space Center and a Hauser Visiting Leader at the Center for Public Leadership this term.

Rocketwoman

With the 50th anniversary of the first moonwalk nearing, former astronaut Ellen Ochoa reflects on the Apollo landing

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A representation of the timeline of the universe.

Before the Big Bang

Study outlines new proposal for probing the primordial universe

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