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February 25, 2024

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Jared Diamond proposed that Eurasia's unique geographic axis of orientation fueled a rapid spread of critical innovations among its societies, leading to a cultural and military dominance over other regions. A team of ecologists and cultural ...
A more accurate way of identifying underground nuclear tests, including those conducted in secret, has been ...
Neuroscientists have investigated whether playing violent video games leads to a reduction in human empathy. To do this, they had adult test subjects play a violent video game repeatedly over the course of an experiment lasting several weeks. Before ...
18% of Ukraine's most talented scientists have fled due to the war and research capacity is down 20%, according to recent research. The researchers urge stakeholders to plan future policies to ensure the return of talent for rebuilding ...
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There exists a narrative about climate change that says there are winners and losers -- with Russia being one of the countries that stand to benefit from its effects. In a new study, researchers ...

And after nearly two years of fighting, war is destroying Ukraine’s cultural heritage on a scale not seen since World War II, according to new ...

Concealed guns significantly impact homicide rates and public safety, according to a new study that found an increase in homicides based on the number of concealed carry weapons licenses ...

The statistical model identifies links between battles in Africa and can be applied to other armed conflicts, according to a new ...

Research finds 'AI-tocracy,' China's increased investments in AI-driven facial-recognition technology, both help the regime repress dissent and may drive the technology ...

World War II-style rationing could be an effective way to reduce carbon emissions, according to new ...

New Zealand is one of only a few island nations that could continue to produce enough food to feed its population in a nuclear winter, researchers have ...

How long people live is less predictable and life expectancy for young people can be as much as 14 years shorter in violent countries, compared to peaceful countries, according to a new study. It ...

A new report by artificial intelligence (AI) and foreign policy experts predicts that deepfakes technology is on the brink of being used much more widely, including in targeted military and ...

A new study puts the risk of firearm-related death in perspective and calls attention to the urgent need for violence reduction interventions in the United ...

Only a handful of U.S. states showed a surge in gun violence incidents in mid-2020 during civil unrest at the start of COVID-19 lockdowns and the murder of George Floyd, a new study finds. The study ...

When groups of people need to reach a decision, they will often take a straw poll to test opinions before the official vote. New research shows that one specific voting method proved more effective ...

Myanmar, a country in Southeast Asia, is plagued by political and economic crises. The fall of a president, a military putsch and the crackdown on religious minorities have had an impact not only on ...

The COVID-19 pandemic and the return of military conflict to Europe are two of the present's defining crises. A new study sheds light on their ramifications for the global energy ...

If Russia's war in Ukraine significantly reduces grain exports, surging prices could worsen food insecurity, with increases up to 4.6% for corn and 7.2% for wheat. That also would have an ...

An opinion piece urgently calls for more research into the specific pathways by which civilization could potentially collapse due to climate change. Scientists have warned that climate change ...

Researchers say a 'human bottleneck', due to historical cuts in public health funding, delayed the UK's scale-up of COVID-19 testing in the early stages of the country's pandemic ...

A new study has found that the average rate of assaults with firearms increased an average of 9.5 percent relative to forecasted trends in the first 10 years after 34 states relaxed restrictions on ...

New research shows the disruption of crop production after the Russian invasion of Ukraine is expected to increase carbon emissions and food prices across the globe, without easing food ...

A novel protein design could lead to a new generation of defensive biosensors and treatments against weapons of mass ...

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