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1 Study: Millennials arrested more often than predecessors--even when fewer crimes are committed
2 More than eight in 10 men in prison suffered childhood adversity--new report
3 Stop scolding men for being 'toxic'
4 Education may be key to a healthier, wealthier US
5 Study highlights how little we know about women terrorists
6 At work, women and people of color still have not broken the glass ceiling
7 Are buyers willing to forgo quality in locally grown produce?
8 Study: Loan-replacement grants boost low-income students' graduation rates
9 Researcher finds hate crimes committed by groups hurt the most
10 Prominently posted rules boost participation, cut harassment online
11 'Pedigree is not destiny' when it comes to scholarly success
12 Won't you be my neighbor? House hunting is a struggle for mixed-race couples with children
13 Girls outscore boys on tech, engineering, even without class
14 Expert: Justin Trudeau's French isn't bad; Quebecers just don't think he belongs
15 Mind the gap: New study examines pay and job rank among academic economists
16 Informal and illegal housing on the rise as our cities fail to offer affordable places to live
17 Traditional masculinity may keep English-speaking men from studying new languages
18 Scientists examine the ethnobotanical uses of stramonium
19 Study finds both men and women take a negative view of women who drink
20 Evidence of bone disease found in medieval skeletons
21 The same, but better: How we represent ourselves through avatars
22 The US white majority will soon disappear forever
23 Too much smiling in a sales pitch could kill the deal
24 Responding to extremist attacks: For Muslim leaders, 'It's damned if you do, damned if you don't'
25 American students pledge future salary to avoid debt
26 Consumers prefer pork cooked to 145 degrees Fahrenheit, study says
27 Television programming for children reveals systematic gender inequality
28 Middle Pleistocene human skull reveals variation and continuity in early Asian humans
29 Humans will eat maggots, scientists insist
30 Study analyzes benefits of tracking devices for auto insurance
31 How gangs use social media
32 Lack of affordable rent plagues cities across the United States
33 Analysis of old people's civic participation
34 Love your job? Someone may be taking advantage of you
35 Gender stereotypes limit power of female presidents across cultures, study shows
36 Explainer: what is inquiry-based learning and how does it help prepare children for the real world?
37 Animal bones found at bottom of Hoyo Negro shed light on the Great American Biotic Interchange
38 Business professor examines why firms don't use human capital data
39 Flowering plants, new teeth and no dinosaurs: New study sheds light on the rise of mammals
40 Businesses that embrace digital technologies are showing more resilience as Brexit uncertainty continues, report shows
41 To solve the gender pay gap, we need to radically rethink what a job looks like
42 Australian blue tongue lizard ancestor was round-in-the-tooth
43 Rethink peak-season pricing in the presence of sharing economy
44 First hominins on the Tibetan Plateau were Denisovans
45 San Francisco billionaire gives $30 million to study homelessness
46 First examples of Iberian prehistoric 'imitation amber' beads at gravesites
47 New study highlights exaggerated physical differences between male and female superheroes
48 New reading of Mesha Stele could have far-reaching consequences for biblical history
49 Fashion production is modern slavery: Five things you can do to help now
50 Blockchain can help break the chains of modern slavery, but it is not a complete solution
51 A 3-D reconstruction of the fossil allowed for the description of an entirely new suborder
52 Chewing versus sex in the duck-billed dinosaurs
53 Experts comb through DNA from possible Da Vinci hair
54 Scientists discover evolutionary link to modern-day sea echinoderms
55 Finnish school students outperform U.S. students on 'fake news' digital literacy tasks
56 Study finds model for getting students to complete community college
57 Immigrants: Citizens' acceptance depends on questions asked
58 High-density cities are economically beneficial but lead to greater inequality
59 What other countries can teach the US about raising teacher pay
60 How to increase train use by up to 35% with one simple trick
61 Egypt says ancient cemetery found at Giza famed pyramids
62 Technology could help reduce exploitation of traditional weavers in Malaysia
63 Using a mobile while browsing the shelves may make shoppers buy more
64 Is blinded review enough? How gendered outcomes arise even under anonymous evaluation
65 Da Vinci's hand impairment caused by nerve damage, not stroke, suggests new study
66 Study finds that collaborating with business contributes to academic productivity
67 The perils of a leader who is too extroverted
68 Exploring 3-D technology in pottery studies: 'It is the future'
69 Johns Hopkins to offer school leaders safety programming
70 New three-foot-tall relative of Tyrannosaurus rex
71 Low-cost intervention boosts undergraduate interest in computer science
72 Demonstrating the impact of research to society is a worldwide challenge
73 Airbnb vs. hotels: New research sheds light on how they can compete and benefit
74 Ancient ritual bundle contained multiple psychotropic plants
75 Origin of Sino-Tibetan language family revealed by new research
76 Modern sculpture meets ancient Greece in unique island exhibition
77 Developed countries benefit economically from counterterrorism efforts
78 Highly qualified staff at state preschools overcome private sector staffing advantage
79 Freshwater mussel shells were material of choice for prehistoric craftsmen
80 Effective incentives help people overcome procrastination
81 Study examines benefits of teaching math in culturally responsive ways
82 Study finds gap between rich and poor growing regionally, too
83 Tinder-style approach could help organisations' partnerships and projects to flourish
84 The fossilization process of dinosaur remains
85 Cannibalism was profitable for Homo antecessor
86 Leonardo da Vinci's early work on friction founded the modern science of tribology
87 Five tips on how to be a good mentor to someone twice your age
88 Analysis of remains in ancient gravesite gives insight into Neolithic history in Poland
89 Ethiopian clothes makers worst paid in the world: study
90 Electoral regulations must tackle 'inequalities' caused by political advertising on Facebook
91 What's on tap? Michigan's economy
92 New report examines reproducibility and replicability in science
93 New legal data traces almost 11 years of state 'zero tolerance' school discipline policies
94 Want to ace your tests? Take notes by hand
95 The (evolving) art of war
96 Finding the freelance cheats
97 A study analyzes the academic repercussions of institutional scientific dissemination
98 Science images can capture attention and pique curiosity in a way words alone can't
99 'Stop and search' frequency reduced when law enforcement and academic research cooperate
100 Inequality is deliberately built into cities: segregated playgrounds are just the start
101 Negative economic messaging impacting on suicide rates, says new research
102 Statistical study finds it unlikely South African fossil species is ancestral to humans
103 Source credibility is key to derailing fake news