The narrative of a “reproducibility crisis” in science has been overblown, according to a researcher whose claims have sparked fresh debate among scholars about the reliability of academic studies.
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US Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin has fired a parting shot at the White House a day after being fired by President Donald Trump.
On a finite planet, endless economic growth is impossible. There is also plenty of evidence that in the developed world, a continued increase of GDP does not increase happiness.
Late addition to budget bill would allow dismissal of tenured professors due to program changes or eliminations, ending protections previously adopted by college boards. Move comes as tenure rights are eroding elsewhere.
Social science groups say Trump administration is endangering the reliability of the Census -- and research that uses Census data -- by adding question on citizenship.
College admissions season is here. In the coming weeks, millions of high school seniors will receive letters of acceptance or rejection. They will then have a few more weeks to choose which school to attend.
Researchers in Australia say they have traced the country's indigenous languages back to a single, common tongue.
State lawmakers changed the rules five years ago to allow immigrants living in the country illegally to pay in-state tuition at New Jersey's colleges and universities.
China's first unstaffed "car vending machine" was unveiled in South China's Guangzhou on Monday.
Israeli universities have been told to bar their academics from expressing political opinions in class.