Barnard College has decided on a set of criteria it will use as it attempts to divest its endowment from companies that dispute climate science and climate change
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Speculators aren't the only ones cheering the runaway bitcoin boom -- North Korean leader Kim Jong Un may also be celebrating a windfall.
A project searching for intelligent life in the cosmos is going to check the first known interstellar asteroid for signs of alien technology.
Men are two and a half times more likely to ask a question in an academic seminar than women, according to a major study that offers further explanation of female under-representation in science.
Universities and companies are joining forces to lobby Congress to keep a tax provision that allows employers to give staff as much as $5,250 in yearly tax-free tuition help.
Oberlin College has been showing signs of strain as leaders of the well-off liberal arts college in Ohio seek to close a multimillion-dollar budget deficit driven by lower-than-expected enrollment this year.
The Beaufort Gyre, a key Arctic Ocean current, is acting strangely.
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Far down the Alaskan peninsula, where it curves into the Bering Sea, lies the remote Izembek National Wildlife Refuge.
China is using fake LinkedIn profiles to gather information on German officials and politicians, the German intelligence agency (BfV) has said.