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Wayne Seames, UND Chester Fritz Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering, explains the history and the science of the catalytic converter in an article that appeared in Yahoo! Money about a recent rash of car part thefts around the country.
Public health messages generally stress the importance of a healthy diet, but Nicole Redvers, a member of the Deninu K'ue First Nation in Canada and a professor of family and community medicine at UND, tells EarthBeat that tribal lands are often food deserts.
UND Chester Frtiz Distinguished Professor of Philosophy & Religion Jack Russell Weinstein shares insight on the writings of famed economic philosopher Adam Smith for an article in The Federalist.
UND Political Scientist Robert "Bo" Wood is quoted in a CBS News story about a proposed North Dakota law banning mask mandates.
UND School of Law Professor Steven Morrison is quoted in The Wall Street Journal about legal questions stemming from the Jan. 6, 2021 Capitol riot in Washington D.C.
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