The Weekend Read: Driving Toward The European Solar Inflection Point

Weekend reads: The 'unintentional injuries' associated with Covid-19

A deep dive into the draconian dress codes dictating what Olympic athletes can and cannot wear, how cat DNA can improve human medicine, and more.

The weekend read: PV resilience under fire

The Gaza Strip, one of the most densely populated areas in the world, is embracing solar energy as a reliable local energy source. However, its 2 million residents still only have access to ...

Sunday View: The Best Weekend Opinion Reads, Curated Just For You

We sifted through the papers to find the best opinion reads so you won't have to. Start your Sunday with your weekly dose of political gossip courtesy Coomi Kapoor. In this week's column for The ...

Weekend rewind: The top 10 Scottish politics stories you need to read

Just in time for the weekend, here’s a look at the top 10 political must-reads from the last seven days: 1. Scotland's drugs crisis Shocking new figures ...

Pandemic Setbacks, China Turmoil and the Amazon: Weekend Reads

After promising a “summer of joy” to celebrate independence from Covid-19, President Joe Biden made a renewed pitch to persuade and in some cases press Americans to get vaccinated as the delta variant ...

The weekend read: Will the UK emissions trading system deliver on its promises?

U.K. carbon prices have looked relatively strong since the market launched in May. There is now optimism that the U.K. emissions trading system (ETS) will drive investment in renewables and green ...

Your weekend long reads ️

Good morning, friends of The Short List! It's John, and I'm here to interrupt your Olympics TV viewing (briefly) for some of the week's best work from the USA TODAY Network. Let's get started!

Top Big Data Books to Read This Weekend

There are very less books based on Data Analytics and Big Data that are really difficult to find, so, Analytics Insight churned up the Top Big Data Books to Read This Weekend.

PRAGER: The Media Produces Derangement: Proof From New York Times Readers

New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd added another column to the myriad irrational and hysterical pieces about the “existential threat” climate change allegedly poses to human life. As I do after ...

Why India is losing out in Afghanistan and nine other weekend reads

China was behind India in the early 1950s. But, explains Adam Tooze in his newsletter, in less than three decades, it had raced ahead on human development. So much so that the World Bank in 1983, ...

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