A British academic's remarks that "it’s inevitable that students will be allowed to use the Internet in exams" sparks a debate over the purpose of testing and the encouragement of learning.
A study reveals that most teens believe they won't be victims of cyberbullying--it's something that happens to other people.
Many issues stand against a mission to Mars: fuel, landing, and sustaining life on the the red planet are just a few. But scientists say that the astronauts that depart will not be the same--the structure of their...
Researchers are working on a method to transform every blood type into O — the universal-donor blood type.
Children may know the words for seconds and hours as early as two, but understanding how long two minutes are versus one hour comes with experience.
Last week's events in Nepal and Baltimore were drastically different. Yet how people responded to two tragedies offer insight into how we deal with trauma and how we decide to offer compassion.
Procrastination gets a bad rap from those who deem it productivity's wicked stepsister. In a counterintuitive twist, active and structured procrastinators may be just as productive as their go-getter counterparts.
Excavators in Nepal will have access to a smartphone app to allow them to share images and documentation of salvaged artifacts.
Call it the psychology of the job search: The typeface you choose for your résumé communicates much more to the hiring manager than you'd think.
Older people, 65 and older, are the most likely to reap the benefits of smartphone technology.