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UK GDP shrank 0.2% in the first three months of 2012, sending Britain into its first double-dip since the 1970s
More public universities are charging higher tuition for math, science and business programs, which they argue cost more to teach.
If the damages related to climate change mount in the coming decades, insurance companies may face the prospect of paying larger disaster claims and being dragged into global warming lawsuits. But many firms, especially in the U.S., have barely begun to confront the risks.
Here's how Autodesk software helped make the Chevrolet Volt more efficient -- and gave the plug-in hybrid a more mainstream appearance.
Donald Sadoway’s radical rethinking of electricity storage could revitalize renewable-power technologies.
Once considered unimportant "junk DNA," scientists have learned that non-coding RNA (ncRNA) — RNA molecules that do not translate into proteins — play a crucial role in cellular function.
Millennials rarely visit brand pages on Facebook even after they become their “fan.”
New Zealand teachers are encouraging pupils to study the popular novel The Hunger Games in preparation for their NCEA exams.
Western Michigan University has collected more than $3 million in the first year since its move to a new tuition scale that charges business and fine arts students more than other students, even when taking the same class.