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A hometown’s history of slave trading
As an inaugural fellow of the Humanities Center, Pablo Sierra is documenting the history of slave trading in his hometown, Puebla de Los Angeles.
Five key approaches to inertial confinement fusion
Riccardo Betti is the coauthor of a review on realizing abundant, clean energy from inertial confinement fusion. The review was published in Nature Physics.
Where did all those cracks come from?
According to Alice Quillen, a strong tidal encounter may be the source of cracks forming on icy moons.
New book focuses on life after genocide in Rwanda
Kristin Doughty has published her first book, Remediation in Rwanda, looking at how grassroots courts play a role in life after genocide.
AS&E research funding in FY2015.
in the American Academy of Arts and Sciences