Interest from China is again driving up applications to American graduate programs, according to a new report from the Council of Graduate Schools.
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If flying cars and uncannily dexterous robots haven't tipped you off already, know this: the future is here.
Ang Lizhi, the astrophysicist who inspired the Chinese pro-democracy protesters at Beijing's Tiananmen Square in 1989, has died in the US, aged 76.
Attempts to slow down climate change by large-scale geo-engineering present ''serious risks'' and are unlikely to replace the need to cut greenhouse gas emissions, Australia's chief scientist has warned.
Michigan State University President Lou Anna K. Simon contacted the Central Intelligence Agency in late 2009 with an urgent question.
Government, under pressure to come up with a comprehensive climate policy, admits it has not done enough to mitigate growing problems
It's back to school time for the world's largest social network. Partially returning to its roots as a locked-down site just for college kids, Facebook has launched Groups for Schools, or university-centric Facebook communities restricted to active faculty and students with .
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As corporate sustainability becomes an ever more integrated part of daily operations, the positions that make it possible are also expanding. Here are some of the forces shaping the job market for current and aspiring sustainability pros.
London Metropolitan University could take action because a high percentage of its students thought drinking was immoral according to its vice chancellor.