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34 min ago | Examiner.com
From previous writings we have learned that the very first psychology lab was founded by a German doctor by the name of Wilhelm Wundt.
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What's the youngest age at which the death penalty should be applied?
3 hrs ago | Christian Science Monitor
Today's Google celebrates computer programming language pioneer Navy Rear Admiral Grace Murray Hopper.
3 hrs ago | Forward
Swarthmore College's Hillel student board voted unanimously Sunday to defy Hillel International's guidelines for Israel programming, condemning them for repressing free speech on Israel for Jewish students on campus.
6 hrs ago | ComputerWorld
Tyler Kresch isn't turning to graduate school to help him change his job from tech sales to running a startup; instead he's taking massive open online courses to learn the IT skills necessary for that career move.
9 hrs ago | Examiner.com
This is the last installment of a five part series on the neurobiology of addiction by Jennifer Fernandez, PhD.
10 hrs ago | Noozhawk
Like tiny construction workers, cells sculpt embryonic tissues and organs in 3D space.
14 hrs ago | BizPacReview.com
FATAL?: A new survey from Harvard University found a large majority of young Americans do not believe the law will save them money, do not believe it will improve their health and do not intend to sign up for insurance through the new exchanges.
16 hrs ago | Free Republic
Young people, who played a major role in putting President Obama in the White House in 2008 and keeping him there after 2012, now say they would vote to recall the president if given the chance.
The federal government provides more than 60% of university research funds. NOTE: Institution fiscal years.
MUMBAI: Gujarati film The Good Road - India's official submission for the foreign language film category at the 86th Academy Awards - will be screened at Harvard University's Cambridge campus in Massachusetts, US.
Providence Station, Rhode Island. I am sitting in the arrival hall of this very busy train station on this warm October afternoon amidst the clutter of my baggage of clothes, books and a roll up banner of ARIK AIR, the sponsor of the second leg of my 'US COAST TO COAST READING TOUR'.
Educators are exploring a way to help students across the country and around the world master the difficult concepts of Advanced Placement courses in physics, macroeconomics and calculus through online lessons posted on a Web site that specializes in delivering college-level courses for free.
In spite of his widely praised charisma and social media skills, President Obama has lost his cool factor with Millennials.
When the results of a Harvard University poll were released last week, showing that fewer than 30% of Millennials said they might sign up for Obamacare, the White House shrugged off the findings.
I interviewed Fred Ho in April last year about his fight against cancer. I also talked to his friends and read his book Diary of a Radical Cancer Warrior: Fighting Cancer and Capitalism at the Cellular Level , published in 2011.
On Wednesday afternoon, a bunch of twentysomethings were summoned to the White House to hear an infomercial from Barack Obama himself.
Akilah Institute for Women held a graduation ceremony of over 50 students from the second class that received diplomas in the field of Hospitality Management in Kigali on December 6, 2013.