By emphasizing recyclability and recycling over reduction and elimination of plastic waste, major companies are still ducking their responsibility to tackle plastic pollution.
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Co-editor discusses new book on FBI documents about spying on researchers.
Claims that academics are indoctrinating their students with liberal propaganda are increasingly common in the right-wing media.
Russian President Vladimir Putin knows his audience: Last year, the Kremlin leader delivered a provocative address to the Russian parliament boasting of new weaponry, complete with a video animation that showed a Russian nuclear attack on Florida.
Folsom Lake College notified the local police after finding a poster of a cartoon frog, stating that “hate has no home on our campus.”
Papa John’s is serving up the chance at a college education for its workers. The pizza chain is offering to pay all tuition for undergraduate and graduate online degree programs.
Google has acknowledged that it made an error in not disclosing that one of its home alarm products contained a microphone.
Study finds that even those who are inclined to stray do so less in face-to-face classes -- presumably because instructors and peers are watching. What are the implications for online learning? And is all multitasking bad?
Like all good industry trends, the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) for manufacturing has come to mean many things.
Self-perceived levels of imposter syndrome in women remain equally high among senior academics, study finds