Some of the most cutting-edge weapons in the US's military arsenal can be "easily hacked" using "basic tools", a government report has concluded.
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Whatever you want to call the rising use of shared bikes, scooters and vehicles — micro-mobility, Mobility-as-a-Service, shared active transportation — the trend isn't just about cool new gadgets, making investors incredibly wealthy or ticking off slow-moving cities
Recruitment experts say visa and safety concerns ‘spell trouble for all but the highest-ranked American institutions’
The U.S. Education Department (ED) this week launched its first mobile app to apply for federal student aid.
Are we thinking about gender diversity in the sciences all wrong, or at least too simply? New paper proposes a multipronged approach to thinking about and encouraging this diversity, for the benefit of science as a whole.
The University of Illinois will offer a course titled "Trumpaganda: The war on facts, press, and democracy."
China's western Xinjiang region has written "vocational training centres" for Muslim Uighurs into law amid growing international concern over large-scale disappearances there.
If we don’t get this right, we are in trouble,’ says university of applied learning chief
As outlined in colorful detail during September’s Global Climate Action Summit (GCAS) in San Francisco, the climate change challenge is upon us, and the call for collective action has grown increasingly urgent.
In the nitty-gritty, day-to-day work of building a clean-energy economy, it's easy to lose sight of the bigger picture. Namely that, as much as this movement is about moving markets and cleaner electrons, it’s ultimately about people: improving lives and ensuring a livable planet — not just for some, but for all.