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people and society graphic Preserving Biodiversity Can Be Compatible With Intensive Agriculture
Released February 6, 2013
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a venus symbol carving from Chichen Itza in Mexico Extreme Weather Preceded Collapse of Maya Civilization
Released November 8, 2012
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Christopher Browning Mixed-use Neighborhoods Reduce Some Violent Crimes, Study Says
Released September 21, 2010
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the human brain Emotions Key to Judging Others
Released March 24, 2010
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Katrina victims seek shelter in Pensacola, Fla. NSF Announces New Awards to Study the Impact of Katrina on People and Social Systems
Released December 20, 2005
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Generic News Image NSF Announces $21.7 Million for 37 Projects to Study Human and Social Dynamics
Released September 30, 2004
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Generic News Image Climate Change a Focus of New NSF-Supported Research on How Decisions are Made in a World of Uncertainty
Released September 28, 2004
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Generic News Image Human and Social Dynamics
Released February 13, 2004
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Generic News Image NSF Announces $24 Million Program in Human and Social Dynamics
Released February 12, 2004
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