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A watchdog has penalised a local authority for trialling facial recognition on high-school students in Sweden to keep track of attendance.
Dr. David Nibert, an abolitionist vegan, has been opposing the Antioch College Farm in order to “keep these nine [lamb] souls out of the slaughterhouse."
Arizona has more scholarships for women than 36 states combined have for men
Sociologist says journal dismissed her paper because she'd shared it elsewhere as a preprint -- even though the publication had a pro-preprint policy. How often does this happen?
Harvard Law School has launched an Animal Law and Policy Clinic as it seeks to teach law students how to advocate for and defend animals in a variety of ways.
A new survey found that 10 out of the top 12 preferred news outlets for college students have a left-leaning bias.
"Swipe-sharing" service wins national innovation award as schools eye ways to relieve food insecurity among non-traditional students
A European team has become the first to win one of the highest-profile and most lucrative video games competitions for two years in a row.
Earlier this month, President Donald Trump suggested that a new round of tariffs on Chinese imports would hit several categories of products not previously impacted by the escalating trade war between the two countries.