Scholars who study disparities in early care and education answer five questions about Michigan’s Great Start Readiness Program.
With co-defendants of Donald Trump accepting plea bargains, an expert in criminal law explains what these legal agreements are and how they work.
Warmer ocean waters are fueling the spread of the bacteria Vibrio vulnificus. Infections can lead to a rare but fatal condition called necrotizing fasciitis.
When a major roadway or bridge needs fixing, all that traffic has to go somewhere.
Depleted uranium munitions are bad news for enemy tanks, but are not nuclear weapons, and studies have shown that they pose low risks of radiation or chemical exposure.
If you were Trump’s lawyer, what would you advise him to do now? Two national security specialists have some words for and about the former president after his federal indictment.
Do environmental reviews improve projects or delay them and drive up costs? Two legal scholars explain how the law works and how it could influence the ongoing transition to renewable energy.
Stan Grant’s new book, The Queen is Dead, is revealing in terms of his decision to step down from public life. ‘I have been reminded what it is to come from the other side of history,’ he writes.
For the first time, a former US president has been indicted, and two scholars describe what it means for democracy – and for them.
A claim about how persecuted Jews were freed from the Soviet Union decades ago relates to how Palestinians might be treated today.
Hunters are warned to take precautions handling wild birds, and the virus can spill over to non-avian species, so no one should approach wild animals that appear ill.
As California goes on regulating air pollution, other states often follow – including the Golden State’s ambitious goals for cleaning up emissions from trucking.
Rapid tests can be an incredibly useful tool for early detection of COVID-19. Unfortunately, they sometimes leave people with more questions than answers.
Click and bioorthogonal chemistry has enabled researchers to closely study how molecules work in their natural state in living organisms, with applications that span from cancer treatment to polymers.
A social work scholar researches why school suspensions disproportionately affect students from certain groups and what can be done to change that.
Learning lessons from the past could help reduce the impact of future industrialization.
Iran’s pursuit of nuclear weapons centers on producing weapons-grade uranium. Here’s what reports about Iran enriching uranium indicate about its progress toward the bomb.
A sociologist shares what his research has taught him about migration.
Inspired by her own experience with the education system, a professor of sociology explores how race and racism influence school choice and education.
A scholar of social work shares what he has learned about colorism by conducting research in more than 20 countries over the past few decades.