The Economist: Simple interactions can have unpredictable consequences

US News: What matters most to online daters?

Inverse: Online Dating Study Reveals How Far People Are Willing to Go to Find Love

Science Daily: How long do firms live? Finding patterns of company mortality in market data

Newsweek: What are Pentaquarks? Large hadron collider reveals mysterious new particles

Quanta: She Finds Clues to Future Sustainability in Old Food Webs

Washington Post: The real college admissions scandal isn’t bribes and cheating. It’s how wealth tilts the playing field.

Boston Review: Economics after neoliberalism

Nautilus: Wikipedia and the Wisdom of Polarized Crowds

American Scholar: There Is No Time in the Garden

Barron's: The U.S. Economy Is Suffering From ‘Graceful Degradation’

Real Clear Science: What Is Stupidity?

American Scholar: Freedom of Thought

NASW: ArchaeoEcology: New interdisciplinary project shows how human communities shape biodiversity

Slate: What Would the Father of Cybernetics Think About A.I. Today?

Aeon: Why the demoniac stayed in his comfortable corner of hell

Behavioral and Social Science: Small Teams Think Deep

The Conversation: Want disruptive research? Go small instead of big

Le Monde: Bienvenue dans l’urbanocène, ou les secrets de la dynamique des villes

Eureka Alert: There's a place for us: New research reveals humanity's roles in ecosystems