Talking Headways Podcast: How Partisanship Influences Transportation Reform
This week we're joined by Kelcie Ralph, Nick Klein, and Calvin Thigpen, who talk about their recent paper "Political Partisanship and Transportation Reform" written with Anne Brown in the Journal of the American Planning Association.
Luxembourg becomes first in Europe to legalise growing and using cannabis
Adults in Luxembourg will be permitted to grow up to four cannabis plants in their homes or gardens under laws that will make it the first country in Europe to legalise production and consumption of the drug.
Dinosaurs May Have Been Socializing Nearly 200 Million Years Ago
A trove of fossilized eggs and skeletons in Argentina revealed that some dinosaurs likely traveled in herds and socialized by age.
U.S. Ban on Sales of Cyberattack Tools Is Anemic, Experts Warn
Meanwhile, Zerodium's quest to buy VPN exploits is problematic, researchers said.
Ai Weiwei on the death of Diane Weyermann: 'Like a bridge of hope washed away in the storm'
iane has left. When someone close passes away, we feel that a part of ourselves left together with them.
Beyond the burger: chicken, fish and pork are now made from plants
Consumers were clear: When it comes to plant-based alternative proteins, they preferred ahi tuna sashimi that's a darker shade of red than what you might find in real life.
Cuts to overseas aid thwart UK efforts to fight Covid pandemic
Cuts to the government's overseas aid budget of more than £3.5bn have undermined the quality of the UK's efforts to slow the global Covid-19 pandemic, ministers' own aid spending watchdog has found.
Closember eve, the cure for Hacktoberfest?
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Special guest: Will McGugan
By Anton Zhdan-Pushkin A small series showcasing the implementation of a Cython wrapper over a C++ library.
US to curb NSO Pegasus-like spyware with export rules
More than six years after proposing export restrictions on "intrusion software," the US Commerce Department's Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) has formulated a rule that it believes balances the latitude required to investigate cyber threats with the need to limit dangerous code.