Ethiopian-born scientist Gebisa Ejeta receives the National Medal of Science for his contribution to plant genetics. / BBC News

A 2021 study predicted there would be a surplus of 8,000 emergency physicians by 2030 in the United States—and it had ripple effects. / STAT

Colorectal cancer is highly curable when caught early, but using colonoscopies to test for it is only popular in the US. / Asterisk Magazine

Unrelated: Seven of the top 10 global whisky brands, by volume, are Indian. / The Financial Times

Qatar is mediating talks between Israel and Hamas for a ceasefire and hostage exchange. / The Guardian

Hala Alyan: The task of the Palestinian is to be palatable or to be condemned. / The New York Times [+]

Spencer Ackerman: The Pentagon's airstrikes in Syria are the wartime equivalent "of saying that you're just going to have one drink and then go right home." / Forever Wars

Some valuable tips on what to consider when confronted with an abundance of footage and claims on social media. / Bellingcat

Researchers seek to "poison" AI models that scrape art without consent. / Ars Technica

Do British people still have "psychical inhibitions" that can be lifted only through comedy? Also, did Ted Lasso really kill Tony Soprano? / The London Review of Books, The Economist

Ted Gioia describes the dozen problems he claims to have thought about every day for a period of decades. / The Honest Broker

Some photographs connected to a man known for being "a beacon of hope and support" for people without homes in New Mexico. / Booooooom 

McKenzie Barney's recounts completing her grand adventure of "cycling the world." / The Radavist