From: Ralph Stuart <rstuartcih**At_Symbol_Here**me.com>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] From Research To Reward:A Series About Scientific Discovery and Human Benefit
Date: Sat, 18 Feb 2017 10:44:53 -0500
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The National Academies Press

=46rom Research to Reward is a new series from the National Academy of Sciences that demonstrates how advances in our understanding of natural processes often lead to surprising and remarkable benefits for society. These articles and videos tell true stories of the men and women who creatively apply new scientific research and stimulate further innovation in order to solve problems around the world.

All of the articles are presented in both our new, immersive online reading experience, or as free PDF downloads.

=46rom Research to Reward: Matching Kidney Donors with Those Who Need Them-and Other Explorations in Economics
Matching Kidney Donors with Those Who Need Them-and Other Explorations in Economics

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=46rom Research to Reward: How a Political Scientist Knows What Our Enemies Will Do (Often Before They Do)
How a Political Scientist Knows What Our Enemies Will Do (Often Before They Do)

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=46rom Research to Reward: The Hospital Checklist: How Social Science Insights Improve Health Care Outcomes
The Hospital Checklist: How Social Science Insights Improve Health Care Outcomes

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=46rom Research to Reward: The Acid Rain Economy: How the Free Market Tackled an Environmental Challenge
The Acid Rain Economy: How the Free Market Tackled an Environmental Challenge 

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=46rom Research to Reward: Social Science Studies the Most Hazardous Thing on the Road: You
Social Science Studies the Most Hazardous Thing on the Road: You 

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