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Much of this post is based on an article by Rick Maese titled “Breakthrough may lead to ability to diagnose CTE in living football players in the Sports section of the 27 September 2017 issue of the Washington Post. 522 more words
Anyone wanna talk gender now?
Are female early career academics getting less credit for work done on behalf of (usually male) faculty who get unearned senior authorships? 1,496 more words
Actually, not a dog, but it is an equally lame story: A thief allegedly made off with the only copy of the data from study critics claim never happened. 1,061 more words
A recent study mapped the distribution and drivers of global mangrove forest change from 1996 to 2010 . The study, published in PLoS ONE by members of the ALOS Kyoto & Carbon Initiative led by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, investigated the drivers of mangrove land use and land cover change across the tropics using time-series L-band synthetic aperture radar sensors, particularly JER-1 SAR and ALOS/PALSAR mosaic data. 554 more words