US study suggests hiring panels may offer worse terms to female scientists seeking jobs at their partner’s institution than to equally qualified solo candidates
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Results of a new survey show that administrators are still reporting incidents targeting minority students.
During a candid budget hearing Thursday, lawmakers heard a bleak tale of Pennsylvania’s system of higher education.
Microsoft has a new version of its augmented reality headset, which now detects where its users are looking and tracks the movements of their hands.
The University of Arkansas hosted a course on the "plight of undocumented youth in the Trump era."
Daniela Fernandez wants to know: How can we cultivate an entrepreneurial mindset in the next generation?
A Vanderbilt faculty member, considered a hero to many women in science, finds her once promising tenure bid has stalled.
Peking University Expert Pictures Urological Disease, a medical science book series, has won China's highest award in popular science publishing.
At the recent World Economic Forum in Davos, Sir David Attenborough warned "the Garden of Eden is no more" and urged political and business leaders to make a renewed effort to tackle climate change before the damage is irreparable.
Afterward, a UC Berkeley employee expressed glee at the incident, saying it "MAKES ME FEEL EMOTIONALLY SO MUCH BETTER."