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Press Release 07-180
Understanding How Humans Cause, Respond and Adapt to Change

NSF awards 26 new grants in studies of human and social dynamics

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A researcher records language variation on the Indonesian island of Sumba.

A researcher records language variation on the Indonesian island of Sumba.

Credit: J. Stephen Lansing, University of Arizona


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Chimpanzees will be tested on their knowledge of goals and interactions.

Chimpanzees will be tested on their knowledge of goals and interactions.

Credit: Victoria Wobber, Harvard University


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A computer simulation will be used to understand how goods can be recycled more efficiently.

Computer simulation of retailers, producers and policy-makers will be used to understand how goods like shipping pallets can be repaired and recycled more efficiently.

Credit: Thomas Seager, Rochester Institute of Technology

 



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