India's 'drone sisters' steer farming and social change

Once a housewife in rural India, Sharmila Yadav always wanted to be a pilot and is now living her dream remotely, flying a heavy-duty drone across the skies to cultivate the country's picturesque farmlands.

Debunking the myth of steady male employment

Steady employment has long been the assumed standard associated with the American man, especially by the Baby Boomer generation. New research is pushing back on the archetype and shedding light on the potential consequences ...

Factors related to well-being linked with EU economic growth

A new study shows that certain factors related to well-being—including household income, internet access, and air pollution levels—are associated with economic growth in European Union countries, but the precise relationships ...

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