A landmark initiative to reproduce the findings of 100 prominent psychology papers has been successful in fewer than half of cases.
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A second faculty member has resigned from Northwestern University over its medical school’s reaction to a provocative article published in a faculty journal.
A recent report by Zheng Haibin, a professor at Peking University, highlights the potential impact of climate change on China’s national security.
Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College (SWVCTC) is collaborating with the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) on a new pilot program to provide college opportunities for 21 impoverished residents.
Numerous studies have found that men are more likely to think highly of themselves and their talents than are women when they evaluate themselves.
Ryan Mizner has a patent pending for a device called The Bridge, a physical therapy tool developed by the University of Montana associate professor and one of his students.
Weaning the U.S. economy off fossil fuels will involve the wide deployment of utility-scale solar power.
Scientists are studying a big mass of ice that has broken off the Jakobshavn Glacier in Greenland.