Using video games in a positive way can help students who feel bad about a low score on a test or some other failure in life.
If we’re planning to go back to the moon, to Mars, or beyond, we need some basic science experiments to pave the way for long space flights.
Researchers are closer than ever to finding a cure for Fragile X syndrome, a leading cause of autism. A single protein may hold the key.
A traumatic brain injury could alter master genes and increase your risk of developing certain brain diseases, like ADHD, Alzheimer’s, and autism.
Parents who get text messages about their kids’ missing school work or cut classes are more likely to follow up with the school or the kid.
Scientists from Berkeley and Mich. develop a model from a math perspective for how genes are expressed in different cells at different stages.
Creating 2 equations in 2 unknowns to describe a set of conditions is a skill algebra 1 students need if they’ll be taking the PARCC test this spring.
A class of elementary students from Danville, IL, will serve as ambassadors and designers for a part of a hot-air balloon festival. Homework required.
How would you figure out (and explain) when one car, traveling at a given speed, will overtake another car that had a head start?
Are we alone? NASA scientists have published their discovery of 7 Earth-sized planets orbiting a red dwarf star that’s only 39 light years away.