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BBC: How bike-friendly ‘slow streets’ are changing cities

Covid-19 caused rapid shifts in travel infrastructure to make streets friendlier to bikers and pedestrians. Can these changes endure as people...

VOA: Vietnam Tells Facebook: Yield to Censors or We’ll Shut You Down, Source Says

Vietnam has threatened to shut down Facebook in the country if it does not bow to government pressure to censor more...

Reuters: U.S. financial groups, wary of crackdown, feel out Biden transition team

Financial lobbyists, kept at arm’s length by Joe Biden’s campaign, have begun engaging with the Democratic president-elect’s transition team on issues...

AP: Iran’s allies on high alert in Trump’s final weeks in office

Iran has instructed allies across the Middle East to be on high alert and avoid provoking tensions with the U.S. that...

Purdue joins national manufacturing cybersecurity collaboration

Purdue University's Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security (CERIAS) is joining the national Cybersecurity Manufacturing Innovation Institute (CyManII)...

Purdue University Global awards scholarships, honors faculty

 Purdue University Global announced on Wednesday (Nov. 18) the awarding of 12 student scholarships and multiple faculty honors.

Driver behavior influences traffic patterns as much as roadway design, study reports

Urban planners may soon have a new way to measure traffic congestion. By capturing the different routes by which vehicles can travel...

BBC: How China could shape the future of technology

One of the world’s fastest-growing apps, TikTok could usher in an era where Asia – not Silicon Valley – leads the...

Sexual minorities, especially women, who misuse substances more likely to have psychiatric disorders

More than half of lesbian, gay and bisexual individuals who misuse alcohol or tobacco also have a co-occurring psychiatric disorder, compared to...

U-M economists see US growth slowing until coronavirus vaccine becomes broadly available

University of Michigan economists expect a rebound in economic activity, falling unemployment and life returning to “close-to-normal” by the end of next...

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