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Political Map Of The World

Everyone knows what a map is. Maps, in general, are a pictorial representation of some place that allows people to better identify things and their relations in that place. A political map represents the geographical boundaries of nations, states, and cities. […]

Managing Mental Health In College Students Using A Web-Based Intervention Method

College is a critical time when students experience major transitions. For example, students may be moving away from family, friends, and support systems. They also may be juggling increased academic responsibilities with employment outside of school, family responsibilities, or other […]

Monitoring Radio Pulses In Real Time With Genetic Algorithms

The 21st century has brought a new landmark to the observational radio astronomy. Astronomers are now able to detect radio signals from a plethora of cosmic sources at various cosmological scales. Multiple detections show that periodic radio pulsations come mostly […]

Graphene Improves The Efficiency Of Semiconductor Solar Water Splitting

Lighting our towns and cities, the vehicles we drive, and even charging and powering electronic devices all depend on energy from fuel. As the world transitions away from traditional fossil fuel sources, there is a need for sustainable “green” fuel […]

The Balance Of Parenting: How Best To Support Children’s Self-Regulation

Young children are faced with learning to control their behaviors and emotions, which is a skill labeled self-regulation. You can see different levels of this ability when you observe children in a classroom. Some children may be able to sit […]

Examining Increased Costs Associated With Joint Government Programs

U.S. federal agencies exist to accomplish specific missions; for example, the Department of Defense (DoD) ensures national security, and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) explores space. To execute these missions, agencies may develop large, costly systems like aircraft, […]

The Principle Of Optimal Biodiversity: Why Nature Needs Diversity And How It Achieves It

Biodiversity conservation is a vital task for humanity as IPBES (1, see section 3.2, pp. 196) recently stated once again. The principle of optimal biodiversity (2, 3) is an attempt to help in this by returning to a biological basis […]