On Friday morning, a meteor exploded in the stratosphere over Russia’s Urals region, near the city of Chelyabinsk.
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Shooting instructor Johnny Price looked at the teachers lined up in front of him, a selection of handguns resting on the table before them.
Researchers are embarking on an £8m project to discover new antibiotics at the bottom of the ocean.
With the proliferation of scholarly journals – particularly open-access Internet journals that charge author fees – some librarians consider themselves on the front lines of the fight to preserve quality publishing.
As if the Pope’s resignation wasn’t enough, Rome has an election campaign underway — oh, and one very large financial corruption scandal.
The matter comes down to overcoming the negative effects of stereotype threat, a phenomenon that researchers have identified and documented over the last two decades.
Jill Savery, the America's Cup's sustainability lead, shares some of the challenges posed by green sporting events.
Administrators at several campuses said it was students who brought the issue to their attention, part of a push to accommodate transgender students.
If you think the most vulnerable regions are autocratic regimes or civil war zones, think again. Many countries or regions are at severe risk of disconnection.
When the University of Sydney plucked Kim Walker from one of America's most prestigious music schools to revive the fortunes of its Conservatorium of Music, her career was in full flight.