Many professors are outraged over an e-mail sent to an academic blogger and over the way Scientific American removed her post describing what happened.
U. of Southern Maine is latest institution to consider closing its physics department. Are there disciplines whose lack of popularity with the masses shouldn't doom them?
Some say astronomy professor Guillermo Gonzalez's anti-evolution views are far outside the mainstream and question his hire by Ball State. Others say deserves a shot. Either way, he'll be under scrutiny.
Florida's newest state university announces it will be the first without the traditional form of job security for academics.
As the Obama administration continues to hash out its open access policy for federal research, California weighs its own for state-funded research and development.
As tension over drones is rising, so too is their use among academics. The unmanned vehicles' potential for research is huge, but privacy concerns remain.
In many science disciplines, landing a good academic job is no longer the norm, according to research presented at AAAS meeting. Is it time to rethink postdoc positions?
New study offers evidence that scientists -- men and women alike -- assume female students are less competent and less worthy of pay and mentoring than male students.
Survey tracks long-term erosion in confidence in research -- and suggests that evolution and social issues aren’t the cause.
Cornell's victory in New York City competition, and its intense desire to win, show the importance of urban ties for the future of research universities.
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