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Undergraduates! Publish Your Work in the Durham English Review

Are you an undergraduate studying English or a related discipline at any university? Want to publish and receive feedback on your work from leading academics in your field? 307 more words

Literature

Quantifying underreporting of law-enforcement-related deaths in United States vital statistics and news-media-based data sources: A capture–recapture analysis

Official death certificates in the U.S. failed to count more than half of the people killed by police in 2015 — and the problem of undercounting is especially pronounced in lower-income counties and for deaths that are due to Tasers, according to a study published Oct. 205 more words

News

The Private Governance of Entrepreneurship: An Institutional Approach to Entrepreneurial Discovery (PhD Thesis)

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Abstract: This thesis develops and applies an institutional governance approach to the economic problem of entrepreneurial discovery of market opportunities. In doing so it expands understanding of one of the fundamental drivers of economic growth, innovation, and contributes both to institutional economics and entrepreneurial theory. 1,236 more words

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IAEA Affirms Japan’s Fukushima-Related Radioactivity Monitoring

by Tim Hornyak
11 October 2017
Originally published by Eos, a periodical of the American Geophysical Union

Laboratories outside Japan have validated the results. Marine radioactivity levels from the nuclear disaster have fallen, but questions remain years after the meltdown. 838 more words

Environmental Monitoring

Scientists Find New Source of Radioactivity from Fukushima Disaster

by WHOI Media Relations
Published 2 October 2017

Scientists have found a previously unsuspected place where radioactive material from the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant disaster has accumulated—in sands and brackish groundwater beneath beaches up to 60 miles away. 669 more words

Environmental Monitoring

The Science of Retractions

I have an odd affinity for the “corrections and retractions” section of periodicals. Maybe it comes from being a copy editor at my shitty little boarding school newspaper, or – more likely – I’m just weird. 1,136 more words

Feed Your Head

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2017, doi: 10.1002/anie.201706765

Quyang, X., De Stefano, M., Krissanaprasit, A., Kodal, A. L. B., Rosen, C. R., Liu, T., Helmig, S., Fan, C., Gothelf, K. 158 more words

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