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Two academic journals accepted, and then refused, a research paper on differences in intelligence between the sexes.
Since 2011, dozens of institutions have sworn not to undertake military-related research, but the country is now calling on academics to strengthen its defences
An accreditor places each college of the for-profit Center for Excellence in Higher Education on probation, finding misrepresentations to students and -- at one campus -- discriminatory attitudes toward students.
The past year has seen a significant uptick in concern by activists, companies and others about the impacts of plastic pollution on people and the environment.
Volkswagen has found a new way to use a 3D printer: To mass produce car parts.
European rules that allow individuals the "right to be forgotten" online could be extended worldwide.
The University of California Santa Cruz announced a $1.5 million privately-funded endowment for a new chair position created to bolster “diversity in astronomy," with another $500,000 contributed to the program by the university.
A new documentary film taking aim at for-profit publishers is about to be screened at universities around the world, but will it further the goals of the open-access movement?
Silicon Valley’s housing crunch is expanding.