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Opinion: Governing the recreational dimension of global fisheries

Robert Arlinghaus, et al.

March 19, 2019 116 (12)

For too long, the considerable importance and impacts of recreational fisheries have been ignored. Policymakers and managers need to do a better job acknowledging and addressing this very influential sector. Image credit: Florian Möllers (photographer).

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Core Concept: Can deep brain stimulation find success beyond Parkinson’s disease?

Helen H. Shen, Science Writer

March 12, 2019 116 (11)

Some researchers are aiming to apply the technique to a range of hard-to-treat maladies, including severe obsessive compulsive disorder, Tourette syndrome, and Alzheimer’s disease. Image credit: Helen Mayberg.

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Science and Culture: Computers take art in new directions, challenging the meaning of “creativity”

Stephen Ornes, Science Writer

March 12, 2019 116 (11)

Can a computer actually produce something new rather than merely emulating human artists? If nothing else, they are making some types of art more accessible for would-be artists. Image credit: Roman Verostko (artist).



Pollution across borders
Daven Henze discusses how air pollution spreads across the globe and what policymakers are doing in response.

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