Coding Justice—Law in the Digital Age
Can the legal system take lessons from computer science? James Grimmelmann explores software’s ability to regulate human behavior.
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Electric-Powered Organic Chemistry
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Coping strategies linked to mental health risks during girls’ puberty
Norton chronicles road to revolution in ‘1774’
Discoveries detail role of stem cell in deadly gastric cancer
Smart intersections could reduce autonomous car congestion
Cornell brings sounds of Middle East to local K-12 teachers
Milky Way neutron star pair illuminates cosmic cataclysms
Human Ecology researchers work to improve protective gear
Study measures consumers’ demands for cassava
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