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By Oluwamayokun Adetoro, Senior Lecturer, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Brunel University London
James Campbell, Reader, Brunel University London
Spaceplanes seemed out of favour when the shuttle was retired in 2011; they now seem to be making a comeback.The Conversation (Full Story)
By Richard Thomas, Professor of Journalism, Swansea University
Iwan Williams, Senior Lecturer in Media, Swansea University
When Six Nations’ broadcasting deal with the BBC and ITV ends in 2025, there are fears the tournament could move to a subscription service.The Conversation (Full Story)
By Peter Rutland, Professor of Government, Wesleyan University
The Gaza war has complicated issues in Ukraine, with Putin looking to exploit events in the Middle East to garner support among the Global South.The Conversation (Full Story)
By Joya Misra, Provost Professor of Sociology and Public Policy, UMass Amherst
The boards that oversee the education of students enrolled in Florida’s public colleges and universities are trying to restrict enrollment in sociology courses on those campuses.The Conversation (Full Story)
By Jay L. Zagorsky, Associate Professor of Markets, Public Policy and Law, Boston University
Feb. 14 is Valentine’s Day – an occasion that traditionally combines romance with big business. One of the biggest businesses is selling roses, which Americans increasingly love. Back in 1989, about 1 billion cut roses were sold annually in the U.S. By 2023, that had risen to roughly 2.8 billion – enough to give every adult in the country a bouquet of 10.

As a business…The Conversation (Full Story)

By Tisha Felder, Associate Professor of Behavioral Sciences, University of South Carolina
Joynelle Jackson, Associate Professor of Nursing, University of South Carolina
Some states, especially in the Southeastern US, have large disparities in breastfeeding among racial groups, making clear the need to lower barriers for breastfeeding in the workplace and elsewhere.The Conversation (Full Story)
By Thomas Oates, Associate Professor of Sport Media, University of Iowa
What makes the NFL’s embrace of gambling so striking is that for most of its history, the league had pushed the government for stricter regulations – not more lenient ones.The Conversation (Full Story)
By Jennifer Weeks, Senior Environment + Cities Editor, The Conversation
On Feb. 7, 2024, the EPA strengthened the federal limit for annual levels of fine particulate air pollution, or PM2.5. Many serious health effects have been linked to PM2.5 exposure.The Conversation (Full Story)
By Paul Roundy, Professor of Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences, University at Albany, State University of New York
The strong El Niño that started in 2023 will still have big impacts at least through March. Here’s what to watch for next.The Conversation (Full Story)
By Kelvin Anggara, Group leader in Single molecule imaging, Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research
Sugar molecules called glycans cover the surface of all cells, acting as ID cards that broadcast what they are to the rest of the body.The Conversation (Full Story)
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