In an e360 video report, Noah Friedman-Rudovsky explores how a highway proposed through the heart of the Bolivian national park known as TIPNIS will affect local indigenous communities.
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Scientists on Wednesday unveiled a new species in the cosmic zoo, a super-heated, dust-shrouded object called a hot DOG, which may represent a missing link in galaxy
If the allegations are true, the University of Montana may indeed have a systemic problem with sexual assault on campus.
More than 472,000 of the 2.4 million students in the California Community Colleges system were put on waiting lists for classes this fall ...
A coral species that is found in abundance from Indonesia eastward to Fiji, Samoa, and the Line Islands rarely crosses the Eastern Pacific Barrier toward the coast of the Americas...
An unusual swarm of hundreds of mostly small earthquakes has struck Southern California over the last three days and shaken the nerves of quake-hardy residents, but scientists say
This school year, incoming freshmen in the Kenosha Unified School District have another requirement to fulfill as they look ahead to graduation: online learning.
A University of Otago led multi-disciplinary expedition to the Sub-Antarctic Auckland Islands has recently returned with an abundance of scientific data on whales, sea lions and birds, but also evidence of ship-strike on a Southern Right Whale.
As politicians, pundits and others continue a debate about the economic worth of a college degree, the National Technical Institute for the Deaf believes a unique database can give Congress an idea of what value, exactly, its credentials add.
As the Yale-National University of Singapore College prepares to open, Yale has received criticism for lending its name to an institution in a country where some freedoms are restricted.