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Pine beetles successful no matter how far they roam-with devastating effects
Controversies over Confederate monuments and memorials are part of an overdue racial reckoning for America
Ancient Maya reservoirs contained toxic pollution
New view of nature’s oldest light adds fresh twist to debate over universe’s age
At 2020 Trafficking in Persons Report Launch Ceremony
Changes to management of in-home support services
Ten hard-hitting initiatives to propel WA beyond COVID-19
UNM researchers document first use of maize in Mesoamerica
Zooming in and out of class
Researcher asks NDG residents to measure trees in their own backyards
Third annual Science Slam becomes first virtual Research Slam
COVID-19 forces University Mississauga startups to find new ways to serve their customers
What COVID-19 antibody tests can tell us, and what they can’t
FSU researchers discover new structure for promising class of materials
Children with access to SNAP fair better as adults
Climate change and collapse of Angkor Wat
Research team uncovers ancient Maya capital in a Mexican backyard
Queensland secures 2021 Australian Tourism Awards
2020 Parrtjima Program – Lifting Our Spirits
Dreaming big in a small country
Careful, it’s viral
MIT launches master’s in in data, economics, and development policy, led by Nobel laureates
Luce Foundation renews funding for Vanderbilt Divinity anti-racism initiative
Story of Vikings football star’s legacy told in filmmaker daughter’s documentary
Binghamton University Art Museum to open winter exhibitions with ‘Visions and Imagination
Researchers uncover silent cost of school shootings
Lara Weiss: ‘Egypt is not just pyramids and mummies’
New Tool to Assess Digital Addiction in Children
Distress Tolerance Plays Role in Firefighter Alcohol Use and Abuse
Julia Lovell wins 2019 Cundill History Prize
Screen Australia announces Story Development funding for 26 projects
XLIX JAR Lecture features ‘When Rains Stop: Climate Change and Cahokia’s Water Shrines’
Songwriting On Inside: Songbirds’ Prison Workshops
Screen Australia announces $2 million in funding for 11 documentaries
2019 Portrait of a Senior Territorian Finalists Announced
Scholars to examine life and work of James Cone, founder of black theology
Oxfam report shows self-determined First Peoples are In Good Hands
Ancient Maya Canals and Fields Show Early and Extensive Impacts on Tropical Forests
What I did on my summer vacation
Another Boost for Territory Film Industry
In My Blood it Runs to screen at Un
Using data to spark creativity
From streams to teams
Maya more warlike than previously thought
Pilgrim travel ratings more spiritual than physical
Ancient stone tools found in remote rock shelter reveal vital clues about life
New range has customers feeling at Home at Coles
UNM scientists document late Pleistocene/early Holocene Mesoamerican stone tool tradition