Financial markets stayed closed and aircraft grounded as students in South Korea sat down on Thursday morning for the annual college entrance exam that could make or break their careers.
The world.edu network focuses on education, science, innovation and the environment.
Here you can submit and vote on the best content from the world’s leading organisations and websites.
Scientist Veena Sahajwalla wants to create a swathe of miniature furnaces that will recover riches from your discarded cellphones.
It took less than three months for an online coding game to transform James Johnston's life.
Mike Pence has been tweeting a lot of criticism of Donald Trump. Not Mike Pence, the vice-president-in-waiting - but the owner of the name on Twitter.
With their formidable brain power and complex skill sets, academics would seem to have little to fear from the advance of machines now capable of doing certain human jobs.
Colleges don’t tell students that professors are being investigated for -- or even had been found guilty of -- harassment. Berkeley grad students demand change in this practice.
Russia, China, and other nations are stepping up preparations for the day when large numbers of cargo ships will be traversing a once-icebound Arctic Ocean.
Stakeholders are finalizing a plan for getting more than 1,000 teachers the graduate credits necessary to continue leading college-level courses for Minnesota high school students in 2022 and beyond.
It’s a basic truth — we tend to see what’s right in front of us.
The first time Chris Christie squared off with a Kushner, the scene was a federal court and the outcome -- along with all the tabloid drama -- helped vault the future governor of New Jersey into the Republican elite.