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"You’d be astounded by the analysis we’ve seen of products on the shelf with virtually no CBD in them,” says professor of clinical nutrition at CVM Joseph Wakshlag. “Or products with 2 milligrams per milliliter, when an effective concentration would be between 25 and 75 milligrams per milliliter. There are plenty of folks looking to make a dollar rather than produce anything that’s really beneficial.” 

“I would think that the main impetus behind these apps is really for tracking of productivity,” says Ifeoma Ajunwa, assistant professor of labor relation, law and history.

“It’s normal to come out with a proposed fee increase, but the percentage increase on a lot of these fees is just much higher than it has been in the past,” says professor of immigration law Stephen Yale-Loehr.

“In other words, witnesses/no witnesses isn’t a binary: there are a lot of smaller procedural trade-offs that can be made,” says Josh Chafetz, professor of law.

"I think it's a real lost opportunity," says Catherine Kling, professor of environmental, energy and research economics. "Wow, [there are] so many things that money could get spent on that could really be beneficial to taxpayers, who are ultimately footing the bill."

Geologists led by Matthew Pritchard, professor of earth and atmospheric sciences, and doctoral student Whyjay Zheng, have observed rapid ice loss in the Vaviloc ice cap, due to the formation of an ice stream.

“[Chen’s audience abroad] see him as someone who can help build bridges between China and foreign countries, and in part, that might be what the government finds threatening about him, because they don’t want those bridges to be built,” says Eli Friedman, associate professor in the ILR School.

Eswar Prasad, senior professor of trade policy, predicts what China’s economy will look like in the coming years.

“This glacier went from doing basically nothing to doing something very unusual – evolving into an ice stream,” says Matthew Pritchard, professor of earth and atmospheric sciences.

Andrew Farnsworth, research associate in the Lab of Ornithology, is senior author of this study finding that warmer climates have birds returning earlier in the spring.

Eli Friedman, assistant professor in the department of sociology, discusses the Chinese construction industry’s reliance on subcontractors.

The article draws on the work of Lawrence Glickman, professor of American studies, on using consumption as a political statement throughout history.