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There remains "little association" between technology use and mental-health problems, a study of more than 430,000 10 to 15-year-olds suggests.
New data highlight minorities and women in science, along with one particularly understudied group: scientists with disabilities.
Higher education is taking on a new meaning in New York after the state legalized the recreational use of marijuana.
NBA superstar LeBron James has been very vocal about his anti-police sentiments, referring to the “entire system” of policing as flawed.
Two authors of “canceled” books are calling on young Americans to combat today’s hyper-politicization and intellectual censorship, suggesting the censorship trend is akin to “modern day book burning.”
US universities rush to meet student demand driven by growth of SpaceX, Virgin Galactic and Blue Origin
Google has failed to stop "shyster" websites advertising on its search engine, despite promising to fix the problem, the BBC has found.
President Biden's proposal to invest $62 billion in student success represents a shift in federal higher education policy.
The tech industry is filled with people who have the same type of education and advantages. As the sector expands, economists say this reinforces inequality.