An evidence-based guide to monetizing data, an in-depth look at the urgent struggle to protect animals from harm, a timely collection tying feminist theory to approachable design methods and practices, and more.
The effort to destroy facts and make America ungovernable didn’t come out of nowhere. It is the culmination of seventy years of strategic denialism. In On Disinformation, Lee McIntyre shows how the war on facts began, and how ordinary citizens can fight back against the scourge of disinformation that is now threatening the very fabric of our society.
Rapid Reviews\Infectious Diseases
With the launch of Rapid Reviews\Infectious Diseases, the editorial team behind Rapid Reviews\COVID-19 applies their successful preprint review model to new research on infectious diseases like monkeypox, dengue fever, or herpes, in addition to COVID-19. With RR\ID, the editors will provide expert, professional peer review of research on a wider variety of infectious diseases and other pressing global threats.
The Night Land
Humankind’s survivors huddle below Earth’s frozen surface in a fortress city under siege by enormous slugs and spiders and malevolent “Watching Things” from another dimension. When an unnamed protagonist receives a telepathic distress signal from a woman whom he’d once loved in a previous incarnation, he sets off on an ill-advised rescue mission into the Night Land.
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Spotlight: Hispanic Heritage Month
Hispanic Heritage Month recognizes the remarkable histories, experiences, and contributions of Hispanic-American citizens. Join us in celebrating stories of persistence and recognize the innumerable contributions to science, technology, and the arts that have helped to shape America’s diverse cultural landscape.
Cybernetic Revolutionaries by Eden Medina is an award-winning historical study of Chile’s twin experiments with cybernetics and socialism, and what they tell us about the relationship of technology and politics. Studying project Cybersyn today helps us understand how to create a more just society can open new technological, intellectual, and political possibilities.