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10 years after Fukushima, justice remains elusive for victims of nuclear disasters

A new report from Northwestern University’s Meridian 180 community is sounding the alarm that victims of nuclear disasters worldwide remain inadequately compensated and calls...

Drawn from music: Art exhibition opens window into composers’ creative process

For composers, drawing a “map” of music can give shape to a new work and articulate its overarching ideas. As evocations of...

How alum Kim Ng became a baseball pioneer

Though she grew up in Queens, in the shadow of Shea Stadium, Kim Ng, AB’90, was a Yankees fan. “In the late...

New research could boost a solar-powered fuel made by splitting water

Hydrogen is an incredibly powerful fuel, and the ingredients are everywhere—in plain old water. Researchers would love to be able to use...

BBC: Facebook to restore news pages in Australia

Facebook has announced it will restore news content to its users in Australia.

BBC: South Korea coronavirus: PM aims for ‘herd immunity by autumn’

South Korea will achieve herd immunity from Covid-19 by the autumn, its prime minister has told the BBC, despite a later start...

NPR: Guards, Generosity, Patience: A Volunteer Effort To Vaccinate Public School Workers

At a high school in Washington, D.C., this past week, Bridget Cronin looked on as public school workers shuffled through the two...

NPR: Update On A Movement: How ‘Defunding Police’ Is Playing Out In Austin, Texas

Last summer, the city of Austin, Texas, slashed the budget for its police department. More recently, the city council voted on a...

NPR: Alabama: The Newest Union Battleground

Through March 30, almost 6,000 Amazon workers are voting on a potentially groundbreaking decision: whether to form the company's first unionized warehouse...