Between 2004 and 2010, black enrollment in for-profit bachelor’s programs grew by a whopping 264 percent, compared to a 24 percent increase in black enrollment in public four-year programs. The two top
For years, astronomers have been hunting for other planets capable of supporting life. Those efforts have relied on ground-based telescopes and spacecraft, in an attempt to identify clues about the conditions
Researchers say new materials could enhance both lab and food safety Researchers in Germany have developed new color-changing gloves designed to alert lab workers to the presence of invisible toxic chemicals.
We shouldn't punish students who are trying to understand how their world works. On April 22, Kiera Wilmot, a 16-year-old public school student in Bartow, Florida did what any kid with an ounce of curiosity
Spoiler: still not super hospitable. Ever wondered what's underneath the ice--sometimes up to three kilometers thick--that covers Antarctica? Until very recently, we weren't really sure; maps were based
The case of a Pennsylvania girl who is dying from cystic fibrosis has sparked an emotional debate over how the nation allocates lungs for transplantation. Ten-year-old Sarah Murnaghan is in intensive at