Lawsuit claims that research leader retaliated against the victim after misconduct was discovered.
Study of psychology departments finds that female full professors are less likely to co-author papers with lower ranking women
Patrick Gallagher will leave for university this summer
The latest compendium offers a rich—and occasionally distorted—view of global science trends
2014 spending bill orders NIH to maintain current efforts, but some programs have already been cut or shuttered
Talk to experts about how college students drop in and out of science and engineering fields
New studies raise questions about the conventional wisdom on how U.S. college students decide to major in science and engineering and the significance of high attrition rates.
The German architect is recognized for his smart, sustainable buildings. But an innovative science lab also requires a good partner.
Rocked by budget cuts, the 125-year-old Lick Observatory near San Jose, California, is losing staff and faces closure or conversion to a public museum.
Shanghai continues to outpace rest of world, and U.S. students lag, in 2012 PISA results
The new head of the National Center for Science Education promises to "fight the good fight" against attacks on evolution and climate change in U.S. classrooms.
Schools aren't doing enough to protect academic freedom, report argues
Reform edict hints at dissatisfaction over nation's infatuation with academicians
NCSE names a successor to longtime director Eugenie Scott
Proposal includes provisions science lobbyists love—and hate
Community raises many questions about FIRST legislation proposed by House science panel
Bipartisan support for research and STEM education faces resistance by conservatives to any increased spending
Most studies so far have focused on adults, says Institute of Medicine panel
Top Democrat on House science committee releases draft plan for key science agencies that is at odds with Republican vision
Japan's Cabinet is looking to double the budget of the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology next year; university governors met with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to outline expansion plans.
Impacts of early instructors can last for decades
The long-expected but controversial decision to close its Office of Science Education goes into effect next week
Biologist Steve Robinson is leaving a high-level White House post for a high school in New York City in a career-long quest to understand the secret behind great teaching.
Nobel laureate and former White House science education chief returns to academia to expand his work on student learning
On 5 August, half a dozen Turkish academics were sentenced to a decade or more in prison for crimes ranging from terrorism and treason to "insulting Turkishness."
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