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2 hrs ago | Northern Michigan News
As the first state to drop the national Common Core learning standards, Indiana is rushing to approve new state-crafted benchmarks in time for teachers to use them this fall, and education leaders from across the nation are closely watching.
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6 hrs ago | Inside Bay Area
What's UC Irvine got that a group of determined UC Berkeley students want? President Barack Obama, on commencement day.
7 hrs ago | PhysOrg Weblog
Over 20 years after the fatal fialuridine trial, a study published this week in PLOS Medicine demonstrates that mice with humanized livers recapitulate the drug's toxicity.
12 hrs ago | NatureNews
A tiny box orbiting Earth is sending home big data. Built mostly by undergraduate students for less than US$1.5 million, the 10 centimetre A- 10 cm A- 30 cm satellite, called Firefly, is now beaming back information on terrestrial I3-ray flashes - energetic bursts that are triggered by lightning and fired out into space.
Cocrystal Pharma, Inc. , announced today that, effective April 15, 2014, the Company's stock began trading under the new symbol "COCP".
Gary Peltz helped bioengineer a line of mice whose livers were largely replaced with human liver cells, giving researchers a better model for assessing whether drugs might be toxic to human livers.
Scanning Rodin's "Left Hand of Eustache de St. Pierre" French sculptor Auguste Rodin would frequently find his models out in the streets of Paris, drawn to hands and bodies gnarled by the often grueling nature of 19th century life and labor.
Have you ever wondered about the best ways to find life beyond earth? Join Kevin Hand, deputy chief scientist of solar system exploration at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, on April 24th at 7 p.m. for an intriguing one-hour discussion about the most habitable real estate in our outer solar system.
An imprint left on ancient cosmic light that was attributed to ripples in spacetime - and hailed by some as the discovery of the century - may have been caused by ashes from an exploding star.
This award is NSF's highest honor that annually recognizes an outstanding researcher under the age of 35 and funds his or her research in any field of science or engineering.
What we write online may be intercepted, filtered and publicized, but we'd like to think that the thoughts and images in our heads are totally private.
The final version of Indiana's proposed K-12 math and English outcomes -- the academic guidelines intended to replace the controversial national Common Core standards -- was released today.
"A big puzzle looms over the U.S. economy: Friday's jobs report tells us that the unemployment rate has fallen to 6.7% from a peak of 10% at the height of the Great Recession.
King Philippe of Belgium celebrated his 54th birthday on Tuesday 15 April. To honour the occasion, HELLO! Online has gathered a list of ten facts you may not have known about the Belgian King.
The announcement comes after the departure of Rob Killion, who headed the Common App for ten years.
Simply empowering women to take responsibility to protect themselves can sharply reduce cases of rape and sexual harassment, a significant study reveals.
The Santa Barbara Education Foundation honored Annette Cordero and Jon Clark on Saturday night at the 2014 Hope Awards gala.