To find out where in America the government has made it most costly to drink beer, Stacker dove into data from the Tax Foundation.
Published on Bwog on November 21, 2018. This past Monday, Columbia University President…
Stacker investigated the gap between science and culture to compile 30 of the most common now-disproven scientific hypotheses that many Americans still believe today.
To get a more complete picture of women’s health in every state, Stacker calculated an index using data from the Kaiser Family Foundation’s State Profiles for Women’s Health and CDC data.
Betsy Ladyzhets, an undergraduate researcher at Black Rock Forest, walks through the basics of differentiating between common tree species in the forest. This article is adapted from a post on her research blog.
I was a guest on AP Marvel, a podcast about the Marvel Cinematic Universe, in this episode discussing how science is portrayed in the MCU.
A summary of research undertaken by three undergraduate Barnard students at Black Rock Forest in summer 2018.
Stacker takes a retrospective look across the nation to compare the economic benefits of same-sex marriage in each state with actual current events involving that state’s LGBT+ community, including current Pride events, legislation, and local elections.
Stacker rounds up the states with the wettest summers, based on data from the NOAA’s State Climate Extremes.
The number of people identifying as LGBT+ has risen over time, and supportive legislation and resources for new families have increased over the past few decades. Stacker used census data to examine these trends in the 25 states with the highest percentages of same-sex households.