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Carol Mullen, a professor of educational leadership in Virginia Tech’s School of Education, has authored a new book, Creativity and Education in China: Paradox and Possibilities for an Era of Accountability, the result of her 2015 Fulbright Scholar Award and subsequent travel to the country. The ...
For many years, state-funded health studies have disproved claims by residents and local doctors in one of France’s largest industrial regions that people living in this area had elevated levels of many illnesses. However, a recent study led by Barbara Allen, professor of science and technology s...
In the interplay between the world’s burgeoning human population and the dramatic loss of other species, the key is to empower women.
How would science have unfolded differently across the centuries if Galileo had been an ecologist rather than an astronomer? Some researchers believe today’s scientific disciplines would have evolved just as they have; others suspect we might have developed a markedly different view of the world. ...