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Despite the evident benefits inherent to open disease research and treatment development, investment in open labs has been scarce.
Computational social science is showing why cities thrive. When a city doubles in size, every measure of economic activity increases by about 15 percent per capita.
Joseph E. Stiglitz examines the lessons learned so far from the current crisis.
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We have squandered the chance of keeping global warming below two-degree Celsius limit unless we take draconian action, says climate scientist Kevin Anderson.
Nuclear power, not shale gas, will ensure China's energy security, argues energy expert Gal Luft.
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