Understanding our Oceans on World Maritime Day
New approaches to protecting our oceans from pollution and climate change.
Q&A with Charles B. Hodges, Editor-in-Chief of TechTrends
In this Q&A, Charles B. Hodges, Ph.D. reflects on teaching and learning in technology rich learning environments.
Knowing What Is Needed So That Everyone Has a Seat at the Table and in the Classroom
Dr. Amy Chapman explores how social media might be used to connect civics students to their communities and beyond.
Reckoning with the Past for Israel, Palestine and Australia: More Justice, Less Law
Jeremie Bracka discusses how nations can reckon with legacies of human rights abuse and advance the goals of accountability and peace-building.
The Wonder of Nature’s Sensory Capabilities
Animals harness a multitude of unique sensory capabilities to navigate the environment.
Launching "Nature Reviews Bioengineering": An Important Development for the Bioengineering Community
Chief Editor Christine Horejs provides a preview of what we can expect from the new journal and how it will meet the community’s needs.
Hugo Rojas on Justice, Social Movements and Promoting Human Rights
Palgrave author Hugo Rojas on the importance of collaboratively tackling human rights and justice issues.
Welcoming and Supporting Refugees: What Works?
How Ukrainian refugees can resettle in their new communities.
Improving Justice Through Collaboration and Cooperation
Ernesto Savona, discusses how working together transparently and with the spirit of supporting the most vulnerable is the key for the improving social justice on a global scale.