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August 23, 2016
Scientists are developing an actual window to the brain. In today's Academic Minute, Guillermo Aguilar of the University of California, Riverside, discusses transparent skull implants and how they can give scientists a chance to deliver better treatments to their patients.

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August 8, 2014
In today's Academic Minute, Sarah Lawrence College's Michelle Hersh discusses the unlikely relationship between ticks and white-footed mice -- though the ticks carry Lyme disease, the population of white-footed mice appears to be unharmed.
August 7, 2014
Reading online reviews of a restaurant before heading out for a meal is commonplace in today’s digital world. In today's Academic Minute, Stanford University's Dan Jurafsky describes some common tropes present in many online reviews.
August 6, 2014
In this free webinar, presented by Pearson, discover how credit for prior learning can be a strategy for accelerating degree completion. 
August 6, 2014
Harnessing the full potential of solar power might indeed solve the world’s ongoing energy crisis -- but this is much easier said than done. In today's Academic MInute, the University of Surrey's Radu Sporea discusses the potential obstacles.
August 5, 2014
Our understanding of how cells function is growing every day. In today's Academic Minute, the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center's Sean J. Morrison explains how a new technique for understanding the way stem cells function reveals new clues about aging.

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