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December 1, 2022
Space has a lot to teach us. In today’s Academic Minute, a Student Spotlight, RMIT University’s Alan Salek discusses the benefits of a certain type of meteorite.

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November 28, 2022
Nature or nurture? In today’s Academic Minute, Jun Wu of the University of California, Irvine, says your environment can play a role in when nurturing begins.
November 27, 2022
Geese and turkeys used to have a lot more to do. In today's Academic Minute, Virginia Tech's Phillip Sponenberg profiles the essential duties these birds used to perform.
November 27, 2022
How can companies avoid shoppers wanting to keep their product secret? In today's Academic Minute, New York Institute of Technology's Colleen P. Kirk examines the territorial behavior shoppers have about their favorite products or places.
November 23, 2022
Spotting pseudoscience can be key to staying correctly informed in today’s world. In today’s Academic Minute, the University of Tübingen’s Joel Frohlich explains why.
November 22, 2022
Does your device change how you interact with people online? In today’s Academic Minute, Rutgers University’s Terri R. Kurtzberg delves into this question.

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