It is a huge question in development economics: If a program yields good results in one country, will it work in another? Does a vaccination policy in India translate to Africa? Does a teen-pregnancy prevention program in ...
Amanda Hebert felt powerless as she watched a Facebook video of her 32-year-old friend taking her own life.
School leavers from poorer families are significantly more likely to be unemployed regardless of which subjects they have studied, research shows.
Can exposure to inequality influence whether people support proposals such as the so-called "millionaire's tax"?
Facebook said Tuesday its ranks of monthly active users had hit the two billion mark—meaning more than a quarter of the world's population is on the giant social network.
Indigenous students remain vastly underrepresented in higher education in Australia. According to Universities Australia, Indigenous people comprise 2.7% of Australia's working age population but only 1.6% of university domestic ...
Young people get a huge amount of their news from social media feeds, where false, exaggerated or sponsored content is often prevalent. With the right tools, caregivers can give kids the knowledge they need to assess credible ...
A strong earthquake shook residents Sunday in a mountainous region of central Japan, injuring at least two people and knocking roof tiles off homes.
At Facebook, mere "sharing" is getting old. Finding deeper meaning in online communities is the next big thing.
While on location in remote areas of Kenya, researching automation and home manufacturing for his doctoral dissertation, Kenfield Griffith PhD '12 encountered a significant lack of data.