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A University of Iowa researcher will square off against the nonprofit group that manages the school's intellectual property in a high-stakes trial starting Tuesday over whether he was unfairly denied the chance to make millions off potential treatments he
The CEO of the car-sharing company RelayRides discusses the collaborative consumption economy, partnering with GM, and just what it means to share your car with strangers.
Twenty children with a serious bone condition are back on their feet thanks to an innovative walker, which was the brainchild of University Sheffield graduates and is now being sold across the country.
Interested in programming? Some students at UC Berkeley will soon have the chance to view Twitter from an insider's perspective.
A report found that recharging an electric vehicle in some parts of the United States will generate the same amount of greenhouse gases as driving many gas-powered cars.
A British scientist argues that global warming could lead to a future of more intense volcanic eruptions and earthquakes. And while some dismiss his views as preposterous, he points to a body of recent research that shows a troubling link between climate change and the Earth’s most destructive geological events.
An anti-austerity backlash by voters in Greece and France shook the euro zone on Monday, causing jitters for the euro currency and stock markets amid deepening doubts about whether
The Internet takes college courses out of the classroom. But prior learning assessment takes college outside of college.
Do consumers in emerging economies spend more responsibly? Those consumers seem to be doing the most to reward businesses that support societal causes, according to a recent survey.