John Pearson’s Oldsmobile gets maybe 21 miles to the gallon. His school car – a custom-built, carbon-fiber test vehicle – is a bit more efficient: It could, in the right conditions, exceed 2,000 mpg.
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Rarely is a more diverse collection of people found under one roof than the 500 or so working around the clock last weekend at the United Nations.
Literary scholars on Twitter were offering praise Tuesday for an announcement by the Modern Language Association that it is adopting a new author agreement for its journals (including the flagship PMLA)
Ten presidents and chancellors of colleges and state higher education systems announced Tuesday that they would begin providing students with clearer information on college costs and financial aid.
Food grown locally, rather than far away, supports area farmers and is often fresher, but it makes little difference in the fight against climate change.
Sean Parker and Shawn Fanning, the enfants terribles whose Napster file-sharing technology helped dismantle the traditional music industry a decade ago, have joined forces again with a new
The Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Ministry is set to allow high school students...
In the past few months, certain media articles have left me wondering what impact the mixed economic fortunes of various leading nations will have on sustainability leadership emanating from them.
Massive open online courses, or MOOCs, are popular. This much we know.
Is there anything to be done about the rising price of higher education?