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… isn't something that can be done on campus. It's an internship. When I was 17, if you asked me how I planned on getting a job in the future, I think I would have said: Get into the right college. When
By Elahe Izadi Elahe Izadi Pop culture writer Email Bio Follow Using technology in the classroom can produce fabulous results, but for note-taking, it may pay to keep it old-school and stick with pen paper.
A college student's smartphone might be smart enough to figure out when its owner is stressed, and in turn, predict what kind of GPA the student has. StudentLife, a new Android app created by researchers
Remember the scare over BPA in plastic water bottles harming our health? Well, the new BPA-free bottles may be just as dangerous. In 2008, scientific research on the health effects of the chemical bisphenol
The Canadian government, which helped to trigger worldwide fears about the effects of trace amounts of BPA in food by using the precautionary principle to guide risk management, continues to produce studies
A massive synthesis of data from the National Toxicology Program and consensus reports from international cancer authorities has identified 102 chemicals as critical for breast cancer research and prevention.
But that doesn’t mean that the two opposing sides have equal merit. In her “Poison Pen” blog in last week’s New York Times, the science writer Deborah Blum calls attention to new research that raises questions
The difficulty of doing research on low-dose chemicals -- and the food industry's insistence that they're safe -- explains the reluctance to act My once-a-month, first Sunday Food Matters column in the
Brothy, meaty pho is surprisingly easy to make at home—this recipe is done in 30 minutes. It's officially fall, which means it's officially sweater weather. But being a food publication and all, we're
Whither the breadfruit? There’s such a thing as the Breadfruit Institute, and there should be. Researchers consider the species a “NUS”—“neglected and underutilized species.” But Ian Cole, the Breadfruit