A private college canceled a student-produced play that satirizes the Ku Klux Klan an hour before its final dress rehearsal, saying it could trigger some people on campus.
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A new approach to teaching physics "energy first" holds promise, especially for students who struggle with math.
UNC has agreed to change its discrimination policy in addition to other remedies in an agreement with the Department of Education.
Proposals include new job classifications, a rolling back of metrics, and shorter publication lists in a bid to end excessive ‘emphasis on research performance’
Facebook has created a chatbot to help its own employees answer tricky questions from friends and family over the holiday season.
On Jan. 1, the new International Maritime Organization regulation for reducing the sulfur content of marine fuels from 3.5 percent to 0.5 percent will take effect. With the change comes the need for inspections and enforcement to give the new rule "teeth" and force compliance.
A mathematics professor at the University of California, Davis, has faced significant pushback for criticizing university-mandated “diversity statements,” testimonies that purportedly help determine the degree to which job applicants will be able to advance and promote diversity on campus.
Study finds that students who are more likely to perceive stigma around mental health issues have greater odds of exhibiting suicidal behaviour
The dream of robot researchers is edging closer with automated laboratory producing five years of experiments in just two weeks, experts claim
Men frame their research findings more positively than do women, finds a new study. Why does that matter, and how should science respond?