On Research

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January 17, 2014

The New York Times Magazine tells the engrossing story of a fisherman whose risky action hurled him into the Atlantic Ocean, where he survived for almost 12 hours thanks to his knowledge of the sea and rubber boots he used to stay afloat.

The Chicago Tribune’s Editorial Board argues in favor of workers’ compensation reform in Illinois, claiming the “law needs to balance what is a genuine workplace injury and what falls under the general hazards of life.”

Nature examines whether university procedures aimed at preventing workplace violence are working.

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