As countries embark on the transition to a new climate economy, there’s a debate about whether growth can drive, or even coexist with, climate stabilization.
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Asia does not suffer from a “brain drain” despite its high number of students attending Western universities, according to the deputy dean of one of the region’s leading business schools.
An inadequate high school education can get expensive for students when they need to take remedial courses in college, according to a new report.
On the surface, the University of Northern New Jersey seemed legitimate.
Scientific research by The National Archives, never before carried out on the will, has revealed Shakespeare as a canny businessman keen to secure a financial legacy for his family.
Some Michigan communities could be voting whether to let local two-year colleges offer bachelor’s degrees in nursing.
University rejects student demands to drop name from public affairs school, but pledges to provide context on Wilson’s legacy of racism.
China could become one of the earliest countries to ride the wave of virtual reality development and lead the tech revolution in the post-mobile era, according to industry experts.
Until recently, little was known about the extent of methane leaking from urban gas distribution pipes and its impact on global warming.
The first major update in seven years of a database on US grade inflation has found that grades continue to rise and that A is the most common grade earned at all kinds of colleges.