President Donald Trump seems to be preparing for a war with Amazon. But Trump's government is one of Amazon's biggest customers.
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The Indian government’s decision to grant 60 universities “autonomous” status has been hailed as a “welcome step”, but question marks remain over how it will impact public funding of higher education.
University of Rochester professors found out their emails were reviewed and shared, raising questions of how much privacy faculty members should be assured.
Experts have proposed using medical marijuana to help Americans struggling with opioid addiction.
Fewer people's jobs are likely to be destroyed by artificial intelligence and robots than has been suggested by a much-cited study, an OECD report says.
The global water and sanitation crisis is not a new story. Each World Water Day, we review the sobering statistics with which we are becoming all too familiar: the expected 40 percent gap in global water supply and demand by 2050.
The University of Akron will unveil more details about its new esports program at a forum next month.
Cheap transport options have long served as a lifeline for many budgeting academics, but now low-cost airline flights have been proven to increase research collaborations between scientists.
Thousands of students at North Idaho College (NIC) in Coeur d’Alene are in line for a big benefit that didn’t exist when they first enrolled – a Passport allowing them to seamlessly transfer to any campus to which they are accepted in a growing nationwide network of schools.
Robots are taking over … literally.