Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Recently, scientists raised the chances for a devastating California earthquake. How doquakes topple rulers, styles of building and ways of thinking
As the world’s urban population surges and more people crowd into rat-plagued neighborhoods, the rodents are getting renewed attention from researchers and public health experts.
Rescuers confirmed that 132 villagers are feared buried by landslides this week in central Sri Lanka
“Modeling Love Dynamics” playfully, but convincingly, makes the point that even amorous relationships cannot escape the fundamental laws of dynamical systems.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
Six current and former employees made about $37 million by chipping in their own money to trades between Deutsche Bank and a hedge fund in 2009 that were meant to remove some of the risk the bank had taken on from an insurance client.
Many health experts say the games should go forward—and insurance probably wouldn’t cover postponement.
When disaster strikes, who profits? FRONTLINE and NPR investigate. Watch Tuesday, May 24 at 10 p.m. EST on PBS.
The need for improved methods of health financing for pandemics has led to the creation of new facilities.
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