Students across the country are walking across the stage this month to accept college diplomas, marking one of the most consequential achievements of their lives.
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Bill Gates made some eyebrow-raising claims about President Donald Trump on Thursday, saying he doesn't know the difference between two sexually transmitted diseases and that it was "scary" how much Trump knew about Gates' daughter's appearance.
Carmaker Nissan plans to test self-driving taxis on Japanese roads from March next year.
Cars account for 47 percent of petroleum consumption in the United States alone.
Advocates prioritize a stronger Pell Grant as the next appropriations process gets under way, but big changes to the program are viewed as unlikely before an update to Higher Education Act.
Higher education policy leaders in England are calling for tailored mental health support to be made available to postgraduate researchers, as new data reveals that as many as one in five are seeking help through counselling services.
A two-year college in Ohio will award students a free second year of tuition if they successfully finish their first year while completing at least 30 credit hours.
A top Mexican university on Monday set up a national technology exchange center in east China's Hangzhou to turn its technological research into reality.
Pupils are being told to remove watches from their wrists before taking GCSE and A-level exams, to combat cheating.
Experts agree that the world is transitioning to new energy sources, and the next disruption may be around the corner.