Security measures in American high schools can have unintended consequences that hinder, rather than help students learn, according to research conducted by University at Buffalo education professor Jeremy Finn and Canisius ...
Texas Tech University sociology professor Jerome Koch has been studying body art – both tattoos and piercings – for years. And in that time, his research has turned up some pretty unexpected results.
The discovery of a tiny, 170-million-year-old fossil on the Isle of Skye, off the north-west coast of the UK, has led Oxford University researchers to conclude that three previously recognised species are in fact just one.
Mark Iris is arming police departments around the country with a novel crime-fighting tool—advanced data analyses and potentially life-saving intelligence derived by a group of Northwestern University undergraduates.
Plenty of companies invest big money to provide their employees with upscale workplace eateries or at least catered meals. (Think Google's cafes and coffee bars serving free organic gourmet meals all day long.) But are those ...
Social media has become engrained into almost every area of our life, but should you really be Facebook friends with your doctor?
Problems in long-term marriages trigger much different responses in wives and husbands, a new study finds.
While many people may think they have a doppelgänger (look-alike), new University of Adelaide research has proven the likelihood that two people share the exact same face is in excess of one in a trillion.