Why the precious secrets of your genetic code are threatened

In this opinion piece, Robert Champ, Anthony W. Orlando, and Arnold J. Rosoff argue that the Biden administration should make DNA privacy a top priority. Field is professor of law and public health at Drexel University; Orlando is an assistant professor of finance, real estate, and law at California State …

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Will hand sanitizer explode if left in a hot car?

STATEN ISLAND, NY – That little bottle of hand sanitizer you carry may help protect you from coronavirus (COVID-19), but could it explode in your car? This question has been the focus of debate in recent days, after a Wisconsin fire department posted a photo of a burnt out car …

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Why Free Tuition at Public Colleges Won’t Close the Enrollment Gap

Financial constraints are widely seen as the reason why fewer students from low-income families make it to university than those who are better off. This reasoning has long prompted calls for tuition-free public college education. In fact, insufficient college preparation among low-income students is a bigger barrier than funding tuition …

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