Findbusinesses4sale used Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Agriculture data to explore emissions from agriculture across the U.S.
Emma Rubin | 2/24/24
Medical Technology Schools used historical and medical sources to delve into the five biggest moments in the evolution of modern emergency medical technicians.
Andrea Vale | 2/17/24
The 74 takes a closer look at a USC paper that claims that grade inflation and pandemic leniency are shielding the true extent to which children have fallen behind.
Linda Jacobson | 2/10/24
HeyTutor looked at a 2023 NWEA report to determine how the pandemic affected test score outcomes for students by comparing 2019 and 2022 test scores.
Natalie P. McNeal, Data Work By Wade Zhou | 2/3/24
GetMyBoat analyzed National Inventory of Dams data from the Army Corps of Engineers to identify states with the most dams in poor condition in life-threatening areas.
Dom DiFurio, Data Work By Paxtyn Merten | 1/27/24
Sandstone Care analyzed SAMHSA data to find which states have the highest rates of teenagers diagnosed with depression.
Andrea Vale, Data Work By Elena Cox | 1/20/24
Stacker mapped states by the share of the 65+ population estimated to have Alzheimer's disease, using data released by the Alzheimer's Association.
Paxtyn Merten | 1/5/24
Counseling Schools used Centers for Disease Control survey data to track teen tobacco and vaping use in the U.S., on a downward trend in schools.
Ali Hickerson | 1/5/24
Findbusinesses4sale explored what the rise of vertical farming can mean for domestic food production, using Department of Agriculture data.
Halle Young | 1/5/24