From Professor T.L. Taylor comes her look at the revolution in game live streaming and esports broadcasting.
Residents and town officials in Perry are not going quietly into the retrenchment of America’s nuclear energy industry.
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The Promise and Perils of Personalized Learning: Keeping Students at the Center of the Ed Tech Revolution
The Kettle Moraine School District’s success in creating personalized learning experiences for their students is a case study for how other districts might approach homegrown disruptions of their own.
Invisible Scars: How Domestic Violence Victims Have Been Left Out of the Discussion on Traumatic Brain Injuries
Although domestic violence researchers suggest that the population will develop chronic traumatic encephalopathy, which is only diagnosed post-mortem, a lack of donated brains means the disease has yet to be found among domestic violence victims.
Opposing strategies reveal the promises and pitfalls of trying to reform the American diet and that above all else our food system is unsustainable.
It is time to assess the paradoxical nature of seafloor mining: to mine the seafloor to support sustainable and efficient technological development on the land above.
The People and the Park: How a Small Mexican Community Created one of the World’s Most Successful Marine Preserves
The story of Cabo Pulmo’s struggles and triumphs can provide valuable lessons for community-based conservation efforts around the world.
The University of Texas’ Roderick Hart argues that disagreements – endless, raucous disagreements – draw citizens in, or at least enough of them to sustain civic hope.
The new center will explore how MIT can use virtual reality and artificial intelligence and other technologies to better serve human needs.