American universities award more Ph.D.'s, over all and in technical fields, for second year in a row.
Two physicists ushered in quantum optics, but one got the prize -- leading some to protest.
Scientists and engineers in academe work harder than their counterparts in industry and government, study finds.
West Virginia Wesleyan -- to distress of some professors -- deals with enrollment drops by cutting physics and math majors.
Study questions whether students who finish AP courses -- even those who receive top score -- should receive college credit.
Group discussion, long part of humanities courses, is on the rise in science classrooms -- even in large classes.
Researchers say a new institute created by a foundation with a spiritual mission will fund legitimate work.
Science and engineering students appreciate their degrees even decades later.
As NASA has moved money away from science, some researchers have lost money and young talent virtually overnight.
Indiana State, citing accreditor's demand to end low-enrollment programs, draws criticism with its recommended choices.
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