Explore the wilderness with us… Edward O. Wilson was awarded the Hubbard Medal at the 125th Anniversary Gala of the National Geographic Society last week. Here we share some of his quotes from a 5 decade long career that revolutionized our thinking on the natural world. Within the next 10-15 years we will see the…
#NetworkScience The Network Science Center’s ADT Project is taking the lead in a civil information sharing effort that seeks to make military civil information available to the civilian community. With funding support from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and the … Continue reading →
Wrongful convictions are disturbingly common. It's estimated that over 1,050 people have suffered this fate in the USA alone. A new study, the first to systematically study stigma towards convicted innocents, finds that the old adage is true - mud sticks. Convictions may be overturned, but stigma persists.
Kimberley Clow and Amy-May Leach surveyed 86 psychology students in Canada about either "people who have been wrongfully convicted of a crime"; "people who have been convicted of a crime […]
#NetworkScience Challenges facing leaders at the tactical level continue to increase. Not only are opposing force tactics, techniques and procedures increasing in lethality, but also operations are executed in a constantly changing environment of political, economic and social constraints whose … Continue reading →