Which countries are most efficient in promoting research? New study suggests that Denmark, Switzerland, France and Ireland are more effective than Britain and the U.S.
U. of Colorado at Boulder pioneered idea of giving some students an extra year, and now other universities are adopting the model.
Ball State agrees to investigate course -- taught by professor of physics and astronomy -- that critics say is too focused on Christian views for a science class at a public university. Is this issue one of church and state, or of academic freedom?
This month's edition of the Pulse podcast features an interview with Jim Brown of Ocean County College, discussing tools that can help faculty members teach lab courses in online settings.
Study finds that black and Latino students borrow more than others do to earn doctorates in STEM and social science fields.
Johns Hopkins University shutters its master's program in science writing for a year to retool it for undergraduates.
Sarah Ann Fleming considers what you are likely to be asked and what you might want to ask.
Authors of new book discuss ways to improve teaching and learning in the STEM fields.
Popular science blogger reveals that she's a woman. Many fans of the blog are shocked -- while others are shocked by the shock.
Study finds soaring spending on science in Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Korea, but investments don't always match areas of strength.
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