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A scholar of race, justice, and public policy
Illustration by Davide Bonazzi
Traditional methods of preventing suicide have been ineffective, says psychologist Matthew Nock.
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Scientists think they may have an answer.
Illustration by Pete Ryan
Gidon Eshel explains the environmental, social, and political effects of food choices.
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Metallic hydrogen would be a fundamental breakthrough that could revolutionize energy use, space exploration and more.
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A new robotic device could restore the ability to pump blood in patients with heart failure.
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The multifaceted global and interdisciplinary impact of a useful object
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Boston Review editor Joshua Cohen on the role of the media after Trump.