Turning Research into Solutions Author:Miller-McCune Miller-McCune harnesses current academic research with real-time reporting to address pressing social concerns. We offer information and possible solutions to concerns in areas such as education, politics, the environment, economics, urban affairs and health so you can join our lively global conversation based on work by researchers, leaders and... more » journalists.
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- National Council of Crime and Deliquency and the John Jay College for Criminal Justice have both awarded our authors. Featrued Articles in this issue: Tilting at Turbines
Many environmentalists oppose a 'green' idea for tidal power in the U.K. So do British surfers.
Liberals and conservatives conceive of morality in decidedly different ways. Jonathan Haidt has mapped?
Study in Contrepreneurship
In its first four years, Catherine Rohr?s Prison Entrepreneurship Program shows some success in?
A History in the Making
Julie Cajune leads a groundbreaking Montana initiative to compile American-Indian history and include?
The Salt Mine Solution
In the Salado salt formation a half-mile below the New Mexico desert, WIPP has room to store all the?
Benefits of the Daddy Brain
New research shows that fatherhood can make you a better man. While men don't endure the pangs of childbirth,?« less