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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.
Authors of new book discuss ways to improve teaching and learning in the STEM fields.
Study challenges earlier research that found black applicants less likely than comparable white applicants to receive NIH grants.
University of Connecticut and Texas A&M University have ambitious plans for enrolling and graduating many more science and technology students, but are there enough talented high school graduates to fill the growing programs?
Why do women publish less in science, on average, than do men? A new study suggests that it may have to do with what universities provide in financial support.
A series of new grants seek to help community college students in STEM fields successfully transfer to and graduate from four-year institutions -- a path that often is full of obstacles.
Stanford project finds that too much research ignores gender, to detriment of women and (in some cases) men.
Survey of STEM doctoral students at three research universities reveals their declining interest in tenure-track jobs.
At a roundtable discussion, research officers discuss the future of federally funded research -- and the growth of technology transfer and an emphasis on entrepreneurship at their institutions.
Britain's Royal Society wants the government and universities to give equal stature to datasets and to publications.
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