Saudi Arabia said on Saturday it had recalled its ambassador in Cairo for security reasons after protests in Egypt against the kingdom's arrest of an Egyptian lawyer, marking a diplomatic
The world.edu network focuses on education, science, innovation and the environment.
Here you can submit and vote on the best content from the world’s leading organisations and websites.
A report has criticized the low retention and graduation rates of community college students and noted that most enrollees opt for low demand fields.
The student sued after she was dismissed for saying unflattering things about a patient online. The long saga of a nursing student who was dismissed after
The UK Ministry of Defence says it is still evaluating sites to place surface-to-air missiles for the Olympic Games after reports that they could be placed at residential flats.
From the outside, evolution sometimes seems fairly obvious: Finch beaks got bigger to crack harder nuts, dolphins and sharks developed shapes that let them move smoothly through the water.
The latest plans to transform New York's four public university centers into top national research facilities and high-technology job producers were released in a proposal for a "smart energy" research facility at the University at Binghamton.
Unless companies begin to connect compensation to sustainability performance, they'll continue to sacrifice long-term competitiveness for short-term gains, writes Ceres Vice President Andrea Moffat.
Penn State astronomers using the world's largest radio telescope, at Arecibo, Puerto Rico, have discovered flaring radio emissions from an ultra-cool star, not much warmer than the planet Jupiter, shattering the previous record for the lowest stellar temperature at which radio waves were detected.
Europe's political centre is starting to crumble. Elected governments have already been swept away - or replaced by EU technocrats without a vote ....
Who could have guessed that the big debate on Roman Catholic campuses in 2012 would be over contraception?