For the past six years, photographer James Balog has deployed dozens of time-lapse cameras around the world to chronicle one of the starkest examples of global warming — melting glaciers.
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Using technology for role-playing was a watershed moment for a group seeking to learn about how to protect the Chesapeake Bay.
China's rapid shift toward a green economy will be a boon both to its domestic market and the global economy as the process is creating new business opportunities worldwide.
Conflict between males of the same species is common among animals, says Monash University evolutionary biologist Bob Wong.
The program is trying to adapt to the needs of today's scholars, many of whom want less than complete immersion in another country.
The University of California at Los Angeles uses a "holistic" approach to undergraduate admissions.
More American teenagers are thinking about picking up a passport and heading abroad for their college years as a way of attending a top-rated school at a lower cost, Canadian and British college recruiters say.
It was, perhaps, inevitable that Homo floresiensis, the one-metre=tall species of primitive human discovered on the Indonesian island of Flores, would come to be widely known as "hobbits".
Student interest in online courses has nearly doubled at UND in the past five years, while other regional institutions have seen an even greater increase. At the University of Minnesota-Crookston, an influx of 236 more students this year contributed to breaking the university’s enrollment record.
Campuses should take a more direct role in elementary and secondary education, says the American Association of State Colleges and Universities.