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Organized by the local but globally focused Art4Us Artists cooperative, “CounterCurrent” features work by four principals of that group — Nana Bagdavadze, Katty Biglari, Antonella Manganelli and Grazia Montalto.
Some farmers and small food producers have been able to switch to e-commerce, engaging in cooperatives in which they can have an equity stake and bypass traditional supply chains.
“Naked mole-rats are incredibly cooperative and incredibly vocal, and no one has really looked into how these two features influence one another,” says Alison Barker, a neuroscientist at the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine in Berlin.
Some, like Minecraft and Animal Crossing are purely cooperative.
American Crystal Sugar, an agricultural cooperative, has “not made any decisions with regard to contributions from its political action committee,” Kevin Price, vice president of government affairs said in an email.
According to Corado, she also plans to launch a cooperative food and meal delivery service business to provide prepared meals to members of the community.
The cooperative joins the ranks of brand holding companies like Procter & Gamble and Anheuser-Busch that have added incubators or venture arms to create new brands to compete with direct-to-consumer startups.
Still she’s working on forming burn cooperatives and designing burner certificate programs to bring healthy fire practices back into communities.
Participants who chanted as a group at the same time were more cooperative when playing a game after the chanting than those who chanted words sequentially.
The participants then played a cooperative game within their groups.


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