MIT News Office‘s Peter Dizikes came by the AgeLab to discuss our research on older drivers and mobility. He posed three questions to me addressing: Source: Peter Dizikes, MIT News […]
Older drivers. Safe? Not safe? A perennial question andstory for families, legislatures and ultimately the media. Each accidenttriggers passion, a call for policy, but mostly a call for help. Unfortunately,the […]
In a cover story at this week’s NY Times magazine, Gary Taubes digs deep into the world of epidemiological research on diet and health. It’s an important topic to call […]
This semester in the sophomore-level course I teach on “Communication and Society,” we spent several weeks examining the many ways that Americans are using the Internet to alter the nature […]
There’s good news and bad news about the openness of scientific information this week. The good news is that you might soon have access to more of it than ever. […]
Europe has wisdom, sense, spirits and a good virtue. Yet, it appears that she disorderly managed valuable values. It is the time now to reinvent these and to work together on widening and deepening, due to believes in our prosperity and welfare.