How do investors select stocks? – Richard Casket

Explore the strategies investors use to choose stocks and learn whether it’s better to be an active or passive investor.

Every day, billions of stocks are traded on the New York Stock Exchange alone. But with over 43,000 companies listed on stock exchanges around the world, how do investors decide which stocks to buy? And what do individuals and institutions achieve by investing in stocks? Richard Coffin explores the tactics of different investing strategies.

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Which bag should you utilize? – Luka Seamus Wright and also Imogen Ellen Napper

Explore the environmental impact of three types of bags— plastic, paper, and cloth— to find out how they’re made, used and disposed of.

You’ve filled up your cart and made it to the front of the grocery line when you’re confronted with yet another choice: what kind of bag should you use? It might seem obvious that plastic is bad for the environment, and that a paper bag or a cotton tote would be the better option. But is that really true? Luka Seamus Wright and Imogen Ellen Napper explore the environmental impact of each material.

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Just how do steroids affect your muscular tissues– and the rest of your body? – Anees Bahji

Dig into the science of how anabolic steroids and their recreational use can affect your body, organs and brain.

Steroids. They’ve caused global scandals. They’re banned in most athletic competitions. Yet the same properties that help elite athletes and bodybuilders improve performance also make steroids valuable for treating many illnesses and injuries, such as AIDS and cancer. So if steroids are used as medicine, they must be safe to use recreationally, right? Anees Bahji explores the effects of steroids.

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Do bigger animals take longer to pee? – David L. Hu

Dive into the physics of the “Other Golden Rule” and explore the systems and methods animals use to excrete waste.

A cat’s bladder can only store a golf ball’s worth of urine. For humans, it’s a coffee mug and for elephants, a kitchen trash can. An elephant’s bladder is 400 times the size of a cat’s, but it doesn’t take an elephant 400 times longer to pee. So, how does this work? David L. Hu digs into what scientists call the “Other Golden Rule.”

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The dark history of bananas – John Soluri

Explore the history of the notorious United Fruit Company and how its influence over the banana industry impacted Central America.

In December 1910, the exiled former leader Manuel Bonilla boarded a borrowed yacht and set sail for Honduras in hopes of reclaiming power by whatever means necessary. Bonilla had a powerful backer: the notorious organization known throughout Latin America as “El Pulpo.” It was a U.S. corporation trafficking in, of all things, bananas. John Soluri investigates the United Fruit Company.

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Can you resolve the Alice in Wonderland riddle? – Alex Gendler

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After many adventures in Wonderland, Alice has once again found herself in the court of the temperamental Queen of Hearts. She’s about to pass through the garden undetected, when she overhears the king and queen arguing that 64 is the same as 65. Can Alice prove the queen wrong and escape unscathed? Alex Gendler shows how.

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Can you outsmart a troll (by thinking like one)? – Claire Wardle

Explore the strategies employed by trolls and learn how disinformation campaigns are launched— and how to stop them.

Your town is holding a mayoral election and the stakes have never been higher. You suspect one of the candidates will begin pushing false information to swing the election. As the cybersecurity expert, your job is to inoculate the townspeople against false information. First, you must learn the strategies of disinformation trolls. Claire Wardle explores the tactics of disinformation campaigns.

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