Caterpillars and butterflies continue to vex the Proceedings of the National Academies of Sciences, a prestigious journal that has found itself criticized for a publishing a paper that many say makes a mockery of evolutionary biology.
Anti-evolution group plans to distribute 100,000 copies of Origin of Species next month -- with an introduction designed to undercut the book and promote a literal view of the Bible.
A new movement is encouraging Christian colleges to embrace the teaching of evolution -- without giving up professors' or students' faith.
WASHINGTON -- Graduate school officials from around the country are convening on Capitol Hill this week, urging Congress to fund the development of more professional science master’s degree programs.
Tie vote by Nebraska Board of Regents blocks push to apply Bush-era restrictions. Universities are relieved.
Study by USC research center aims to highlight Hispanic-serving colleges that most ably move Latino students into science fields, and graduate them.
Presidents of liberal arts colleges are urged to move away from single discipline, traditional introductory courses.
Students who start as STEM majors complete degrees at far lower rates than do students in other fields, study finds.
Black science students are more likely to stay in their field if they have at least one black instructor, according to new study, which finds no similar impact based on gender.
Analysis considers reasons for the continuing (if shrinking) gender gap.
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