A US federal judge in Seattle has blocked the release of software that allows consumers to 3D-print firearms.
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A growing number of states are experimenting with different ways to encourage students to take more credits.
China's north plain, one of the most densely populated regions on Earth, is set to become the world's deadliest heatwave zone by the end of the century, scientists say.
Three thousand high school students from across the United States recently trekked to a university sports arena here to attend an event with an impressive-sounding name: the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders. Many of their parents had spent $985 on tuition.
Martin Chalfie argues that young scientists who ‘play the game’ of publishing in selective journals are less likely to win permanent posts
Did you read about Burberry’s recent bad press? The British luxury fashion brand received significant criticism for physically destroying about $38 million worth of unsold clothing, accessories and perfume last year to protect its brand.
Disruption. Risk. Resilience. Buzzwords become buzzworthy for a reason. If you’re not paying close attention to how a changing world will reshape your business — perhaps, even, the global economy — you’re not positioning yourself or your organization for leadership, let alone sustainability in the conventional sense of the word.
University of Notre Dame president says faith-based institutions have unique ability to counter fear and anxiety with hope
In May, Princeton University announced that it accepted 13 transfer students for this fall’s freshman class.
Trump administration's proposal to overhaul rules for college accreditors is panned by consumer advocates. But online course providers and some who study higher ed say re-examination of accreditors is long overdue.