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Some of Louisiana’s wrongfully convicted are being freed by science

8.29.2016 / By Benjamin Siele

The Innocence Project and other advocacy groups are relying on forensics to challenge the politics of punishment in Louisiana and to present relief to communities of color. 525 more words

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From Living Roads to EZ Farms, IBM Research looks to transform Africa’s economy

Turning Africa into a leading economy will require the use of science to solve the continent’s decades-old challenges.

7.31.2016 / By Benjamin Siele

Africa’s traditional problems—among them, drought, hunger, disease, underdevelopment, and youth unemployment—continue to plague the continent. 711 more words

HBSciU Science Writing Fellowship

The Clothing and Accesories You Should Buy for the Rest of the Summer

July might be nearly over, but don’t let the naysayers get you down when they mention that summer is already half over. Instead, plan a few more beach days, procure more bottles of rosé and definitely keep buying summer clothing. 527 more words


10 Pretty Cover-Ups to Take You From the Beach to the Bar

If you’re the type of girl who eschews rubber flip flops for a leather lace-up sandal for a day at the beach, we bet you have a penchant for chic beach coverups, too. 321 more words


Three HBCU students are about to start showing you a new side of science

Last winter, we called on HBCU students everywhere to help us fill what we see as one of the biggest gaps in science news coverage today: the paucity of stories on science being done at HBCUs. 284 more words

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