How can you factor a polynomial when you don’t even know what the polynomial is? Well, you can’t, but you can know a few things.
Part of the puzzle to repairing human spinal cord trauma may be solved by animals that can regenerate the cord.
Mass spectrometry can be used to screen for the presence of opioids, including the elusive synthetic versions and fentanyl. Can it help?
EPA’s Scott Pruitt names advisers who may jeopardize key environmental moves but will take a new look at our clean air policies.
The govt. released a blockbuster report that says, without question, human activity is responsible for most global warming.
You may have heard that President Trump’s Twitter account was disabled for 11 minutes last night at the hands of a single rogue employee.
Infants might have some ability to estimate probability, at least when it’s not too hard to estimate the likelihood of an event.
Adults today don’t think kids are as healthy as those in their own generation back in the day, citing obesity, safety, bullying, etc.
Digital “self-harm,” a form of cyberbullying where teens send hurtful messages anonymously to themselves, is emerging as a concern.
Childhood immigration in Canada, esp. with rising refugees there, has sent educators looking for answers on how to best educate them.