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Speed Display Signs inform drivers if they are breaking local limits, and are part of road systems internationally.  But how much effect do they have on stopping recurrent speeding? And could changing their use offer a psychological nudge to drivers to slow down? Smadar Siev and Doron Kliger report on experiments to change speeding behaviours…

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Equal access to education was an essential facet of the civil rights movement of the 1960s, and has since come to be enshrined in law internationally. However, that is not the whole story of equality in education. Jen Neitzel, executive director of the Educational Equity Institute, is committed to improving educational experiences for students and practice…

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Cod liver has long reputation of health benefits, but manufacturers of fermented cod liver oils claim that their product contains more antioxidants, meaning the fatty acids like omega-3 keep better over time. A team at De Montfort University in Leicester led by Professor Martin Grootveld has tested these claims using a variety of techniques to…

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