This Week on The Academic Minute 2023.04.03
Sarah Abreveya Stein, professor of history at the University of California Los Angeles, listens to voices of the past for stories from World War II that need to be told.
Dawn Brancati, senior lecturer in the political science department at Yale University, looks into an unintended benefit of COVID-19 lockdowns.
Joseph Larkin, associate professor of microbiology and cell science at the University of Florida, describes what a baby’s dirty diaper can tell us about COVID-19 vaccinations.
Andrew Neff, visiting assistant professor of psychology at Oxford College of Emory University, discusses the benefits of a new drug-delivery technology for the brain.
Kimia Ghobadi, John C. Malone assistant professor in the department of civil and systems engineering at Johns Hopkins University, considers algorithms and diets.
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