IAS faculty member Sara Maxwell is quoted in a Washington Post article on using advances in data analysis to inform regulation of the fishing industry in the interests of protecting endangered species. Addressing the current state of regulatory practice, Maxwell says: "The whole structure is antiquated. It assumes a level of stability that is definitely not happening ... The climate is changing. Fisheries are not prepared." Read the full article: "Big sea, bigger data: How analytics are making peace between fishermen and turtles."