Robinson v. California helped to established a rehabilitative ideal: addiction should be dealt with as a therapeutic matter.
Australian soldiers fighting the Japanese recruited native New Guineans to their campaign.
A curated list of must-watch films from Big Think readers.
A new form of light has been discovered.
Researchers announce a potential breakthrough in using nanotechnology to fight cancer.
A short essay argues that most institutions should immediately institute moratoriums on hiring new faculty and building new facilities, and that universities need to focus on clarifying their value proposition in a world of 'commodity [higher] education.'
In honor of Earth Day, I wanted to share an article written by my former colleague Ross Robertson for EnlightenNext magazine called “A Brighter Shade of Green: Rebooting Environmentalism for the 21stCentury.” […]
When I tape a radio segment for WEAA’s AFRO/FIRST EDITION with Sean Yoes, I usually gather more information than we have time to cover. Yesterday was no exception, when I […]
Large-scale drainage projects were popular in the early 20th century - but most came to nothing.