The ‘genuine v fake’ narrative – applied to child refugees, disabled people, anyone asking for help – not only erodes empathy, its goalposts are ever shifting
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Twitter announced plans on Thursday to kill off Vine, the short-form looping video app it acquired four years ago in an early effort to bring video to the social network.
Earlier this month, a world-class university, the largest Level 1 trauma center in New England and a parking facility in the center of Boston’s Financial District came together to announce a landmark aggregated renewable energy deal
Academics and students around the world face a “crisis” of assaults and persecution that appears to be getting worse, an international network has warned.
Today life has conquered every square inch of Earth, but when the planet formed it was a dead rock. How did life get started?
UCSF plans to lay off dozens of tech workers and outsource about a fifth of its information technology systems jobs to India — a move the university says will save it about $30 million over five years.
For years, many humanities leaders have urged doctoral students in their fields to consider jobs outside academe ...
The National Museum of Chinese Writing on Thursday launched an award program to encourage people from around the world to help decipher oracle bone inscriptions.
FBI Director James Comey told lawmakers Friday the bureau is reviewing new information related to Hillary Clinton's personal email server ...
An evolution has taken place in the sustainable business sector over the past year. How are businesses embedding sustainability initiatives that are good for both business and society? In theory, 2016 is not so different from last year.