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Valuewalk: ‘Blame Game’ Could Guide Response To Cyber Attacks

Science: How the tyranny of prestige disadvantages women

Nature: Taxi-sharing in cities follows universal maths law

Science News: Choosing the right cyberattack response is a complicated game

Christian Science Monitor: How complexity science can help keep the lights on

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Wired UK: The roots of technological singularity can be traced backed to the Stone Age

El Tiempo: La ciencia como oráculo de la ciencia

Forbes: Blockchain, Burning Man And The Future Of Governance: A Conversation With John Clippinger

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Daily Mail: When society snaps: Monkey fights help explain the tipping points in animal cultures

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Pacific Standard: Science funding prioritizes past success--and that's a problem

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