A study of real and made-up drugs in best-selling video games has highlighted how harmful narcotics often give unlikely strength and health boosts to characters.
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The question is often “What did a president know, and when did she know it?” But in complex sexual misconduct cases that involve institutional failures, at what point does that stop mattering? Under fire, Michigan State president resigns.
Students who achieve the same set of marks are being awarded widely divergent final degree scores, owing to the use of different algorithms by UK universities, an analysis reveals.
Walt Disney Co. is giving $1,000 bonuses to 125,000 employees and spending $50 million to create a new higher education program for workers, the company said Tuesday.
For those looking for an unusual degree course, one in flying car engineering may just fit the bill.
Finally, inexorably, special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation has clawed all the way up to Donald Trump himself.
This year, like most years, has begun with statements both hopeful and optimistic about what the new year may bring.
Blockchain is poised to revolutionize the enterprise across a number of industries, but knowledge of how the technology actually works remains lacking from both a tech and business perspective.
Students aren't exposed to many opportunities to engage spiritually once they enter college, a new study finds.
A development programme that aims to empower female academics has been criticised for suggesting that women’s image is more important than the quality of their work.